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1 Residents Leadership Program Presented by: Judith A. Sedgeman West Virginia Initiative for Innate Health Presented by: Judith A. Sedgeman West Virginia Initiative for Innate Health

2 2 Review Our first meeting was about individual stress and the way we move in and out of stressed states of mind: Experience is created from the inside-out. Stress is a moment-to-moment experience generated by the nature and quality of our thinking. As our thinking changes, our changing states of mind define our behavioral options (other people, situations, and our own potential look different to us in different states of mind). If you havent done the reading from the first session, the material can be downloaded from your web-site. Our first meeting was about individual stress and the way we move in and out of stressed states of mind: Experience is created from the inside-out. Stress is a moment-to-moment experience generated by the nature and quality of our thinking. As our thinking changes, our changing states of mind define our behavioral options (other people, situations, and our own potential look different to us in different states of mind). If you havent done the reading from the first session, the material can be downloaded from your web-site.

3 3 Innate Natural Inborn Constant

4 4 Principles Constant Primary Universal True

5 5 Innate Health Mind The formless energy of life Thought Creating forms from the energy of life Consciousness Seeing the forms created as reality and knowing that we are creating them Mind The formless energy of life Thought Creating forms from the energy of life Consciousness Seeing the forms created as reality and knowing that we are creating them

6 6 Objectives, Day 2 To recognize the relationship between our individual states of mind and how we interact with and understand others: Understand why and how all people continually create a unique, changing reality; Recognize the significance of those separate realities in forming and sustaining good relationships; Recognize the role of thinking and state of mind in listening, learning, compassion and professionalism; To recognize the relationship between our individual states of mind and how we interact with and understand others: Understand why and how all people continually create a unique, changing reality; Recognize the significance of those separate realities in forming and sustaining good relationships; Recognize the role of thinking and state of mind in listening, learning, compassion and professionalism;

7 7 What we Think That we Think The Principles at Work

8 8 That we think What we think How Thought Works Common to all; Constant Unique to each; Variable

9 9

10 10 State of Mind Level of Feeling Behaviors Compassionate, Grateful Calm, Clear-headed Happy, Enthusiastic Okay, but Stressed Unhappy, Distracted Confused, Frazzled Despair, Resignation Thinking Drives... People move up and down across the line all the time Chart adapted from one originally prepared by Robert Gunn Being Secure Insecure

11 11 State of Mind Level of Feeling Behaviors Compassionate, Grateful Calm, Clear-headed Happy, Enthusiastic Okay, but Stressed Unhappy, Distracted Confused, Frazzled Despair, Resignation Unity Good will Team spirit Urgency, impatience Controlling, rigid Angry, blaming Dog eat dog Thinking Drives... People move up and down across the line all the time Chart adapted from one originally prepared by Robert Gunn BeingDoing Secure Insecure

12 12 State of Mind Level of Feeling Behavior Compassionate, Grateful Calm, Clear-headed Happy, Enthusiastic Okay, but Stressed Unhappy, Distracted Confused, Frazzled Despair, Resignation Unity Good will Team spirit Urgency, impatience Controlling, rigid Angry, blaming Dog eat dog Collective Accomplishment Effective, Productive New Ideas Activity w/o Results Errors & Mistakes Poor Performance Chaos and uproar Thinking Drives... People move up and down across the line all the time Chart adapted from one originally prepared by Robert Gunn BeingDoing Secure Insecur e

13 13 Water level CalmUpset

14 14 Finding the Insight Bus Stop Running around the field I DONT KNOW… Allow Mind To Quiet Try to Figure It Out

15 15 What we do to get temporary relief from upsetting thinking always has consequences.

16 16 When our minds are not free and clear, we make mistakes with the best of intentions.

17 17 Mind quiets. Attachment to insecure thought content disappears. Insight and common sense return. We have good judgment and make good choices. We feel awake, alive and present. Our body s healing potential revives. Mind quiets. Attachment to insecure thought content disappears. Insight and common sense return. We have good judgment and make good choices. We feel awake, alive and present. Our body s healing potential revives. Wisdom

18 18 Wisdom We scarcely notice it because it is natural.

19 19 Why does this matter… To you? To your colleagues? To your patients? To your family? To your institution? To you? To your colleagues? To your patients? To your family? To your institution?

20 20 Closing thought Our intellect and our inner wisdom should work together to create harmony in our lives. However, if the intellect lacks wisdom, chaos reigns. Sydney Banks The Missing Link, p Mr. Banks speaking at a seminar at WVU in April, 2005


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