Ontological Courses

 

Once someone who wanted to participate in a course asked me how did he know my course was good, or even how was he to recognize a good one? I told him finding that out costs money and time, for example when you look for a good car mechanic with self-respect and integrity, who won’t cheat. Of course there are courses to fit any intellect or concerns and that should be so; there are people of different intellects and you do not discuss quantum physics with someone who only wants life to be “a little better”.

The methodology I use in the courses I lead and coaching is called ontological. The word “Ontology” comes from the Greek ‘onto’/being and ‘logos’/study, meaning ‘the study of being’ Contemporary ontology is concerned with the nature and function of being. As a result of ontological courses and coaching, one is left with an experience of transformation not with a volume of information that needs to be applied in order to have the experience one wishes to have. When you have good content and a good methodology, the next thing you look at is the person delivering the content.

I will quote Shri Dayananda Saraswati , “if you see that all a teacher does is give you a collection of words…. You do not require a teacher. You need only a book and a dictionary. The teacher you require is one who employs these words and makes them meaningful.To do this, a teacher must necessarily be free from being insecure so that he or she is not seeking recognition or security.

The proof of a teacher’s knowledge is:

  • In the teaching methodology;
  • In the person’s communicative ability and
  • The content of what he or she communicates.

Thus, you go to a teacher who is:

  • Well-informed in this teaching and
  • One who is committed to it
  • One who has no other pursuit.”
-Bhagavadgita – Home Study, Volume 1, by Swami Dayananda Saraswati-


When there is content and methodology one needs to look if the person delivering manifests the content in his/her own life and does not talk from books, so to speak; in other words one looks to see if the person is authentic.

 
 
 
 
 

Once someone who wanted to participate in a course asked me how did he know my course was good, or even how was he to recognize a good one? I told him finding that out costs money and time, for example when you look for a good car mechanic with self-respect and integrity, who won’t cheat. Of course there are courses to fit any intellect or concerns and that should be so; there are people of different intellects and you do not discuss quantum physics with someone who only wants life to be “a little better”.

The methodology I use in the courses I lead and coaching is called ontological. The word “Ontology” comes from the Greek ‘onto’/being and ‘logos’/study, meaning ‘the study of being’ Contemporary ontology is concerned with the nature and function of being. As a result of ontological courses and coaching, one is left with an experience of transformation not with a volume of information that needs to be applied in order to have the experience one wishes to have. When you have good content and a good methodology, the next thing you look at is the person delivering the content.

I will quote Shri Dayananda Saraswati , “if you see that all a teacher does is give you a collection of words…. You do not require a teacher. You need only a book and a dictionary. The teacher you require is one who employs these words and makes them meaningful.To do this, a teacher must necessarily be free from being insecure so that he or she is not seeking recognition or security.

The proof of a teacher’s knowledge is:

  • In the teaching methodology;
  • In the person’s communicative ability and
  • The content of what he or she communicates.

Thus, you go to a teacher who is:

  • Well-informed in this teaching and
  • One who is committed to it
  • One who has no other pursuit.”
-Bhagavadgita – Home Study, Volume 1, by Swami Dayananda Saraswati-


When there is content and methodology one needs to look if the person delivering manifests the content in his/her own life and does not talk from books, so to speak; in other words one looks to see if the person is authentic.

 
 


PHOTOREADING



PhotoReading does not mean reading. When you PhotoRead you mentally photograph at min. 25 000 words per minute and that requires a different approach to written materials. A book that would normally take 10 hours to read takes 1 hour to Photoread and you get more results.



TIMEMASTER



The TimeMaster is a one-day course in which participants change their relationship to time. The new relationship, which is guaranteed to happen during the course, has a different impact on the quality of life: presence, joy, peace of mind, freedom and power in the face of everything there is to be done; productivity skyrockets.

 

Once someone who wanted to participate in a course asked me how did he know my course was good, or even how was he to recognize a good one? I told him finding that out costs money and time, for example when you look for a good car mechanic with self-respect and integrity, who won’t cheat. Of course there are courses to fit any intellect or concerns and that should be so; there are people of different intellects and you do not discuss quantum physics with someone who only wants life to be “a little better”.

The methodology I use in the courses I lead and coaching is called ontological. The word “Ontology” comes from the Greek ‘onto’/being and ‘logos’/study, meaning ‘the study of being’ Contemporary ontology is concerned with the nature and function of being. As a result of ontological courses and coaching, one is left with an experience of transformation not with a volume of information that needs to be applied in order to have the experience one wishes to have. When you have good content and a good methodology, the next thing you look at is the person delivering the content.

I will quote Shri Dayananda Saraswati , “if you see that all a teacher does is give you a collection of words…. You do not require a teacher. You need only a book and a dictionary. The teacher you require is one who employs these words and makes them meaningful.To do this, a teacher must necessarily be free from being insecure so that he or she is not seeking recognition or security.

The proof of a teacher’s knowledge is:

  • In the teaching methodology;
  • In the person’s communicative ability and
  • The content of what he or she communicates.

Thus, you go to a teacher who is:

  • Well-informed in this teaching and
  • One who is committed to it
  • One who has no other pursuit.”
-Bhagavadgita – Home Study, Volume 1, by Swami Dayananda Saraswati-


When there is content and methodology one needs to look if the person delivering manifests the content in his/her own life and does not talk from books, so to speak; in other words one looks to see if the person is authentic.

 
 


PHOTOREADING



PhotoReading does not mean reading. When you PhotoRead you mentally photograph at min. 25 000 words per minute and that requires a different approach to written materials. A book that would normally take 10 hours to read takes 1 hour to Photoread and you get more results.



TIMEMASTER



The TimeMaster is a one-day course in which participants change their relationship to time. The new relationship, which is guaranteed to happen during the course, has a different impact on the quality of life: presence, joy, peace of mind, freedom and power in the face of everything there is to be done; productivity skyrockets.