Being Your Own Potter The book emanates from my experience of working with experiential groups for than a decade and being part of their life struggle and growth The book is a collection of ten fictitious characters repr

  • Title: Being Your Own Potter
  • Author: Sudhir Kumar Aggawal
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The book emanates from my experience of working with experiential groups for than a decade, and being part of their life, struggle and growth The book is a collection of ten fictitious characters representing often repeated behaviour patterns which get manifested in the experiential groups and observation, understanding, analysis, change experiences and learninThe book emanates from my experience of working with experiential groups for than a decade, and being part of their life, struggle and growth The book is a collection of ten fictitious characters representing often repeated behaviour patterns which get manifested in the experiential groups and observation, understanding, analysis, change experiences and learnings which could be inferred from theses character s lives The book also dwells on few concepts, life skills and gifts, of and from their lives We are made of patterns, we have patterns of behaviour A pattern is a repetitive behaviour We are able to conduct our life because of our ability to recognize patterns When we interact with others our patterns interact with their patterns Patterns are usually very functional Functional patterns gradually turn into our strengths, but we are not very appreciative of this fact A combination of strength patterns makes us unique but we barely notice our uniqueness Self acknowledgement of strength patterns particularly gifts is fairly uncommon and we tend to underplay these Awareness of both functional and dysfunctional patterns and the consequences of the patterns is necessary otherwise dysfunctional patterns could be cause of real mess up in our lives Similarly, not becoming aware of our strength patterns heavily undermines our potential IQ, EQ or SQ all fall short of guiding us to conduct our lives with maturity or our AQ i.e Adult Quotient is really an area to look for Maturity does not come early and easily and sustained efforts are required for living with maturity Experience suggest that forty plus is the age in our culture when it tends to be visible.The seven dimension of Living with Maturity are Self Presentation How do we come across to people Self Governance How do we manage ourselves Friendship How do we engage in relationships Responsibility How do we own our behaviours and actions Reality How do we understand and adapt to life Love of Learning How do we draw meaning in life Love of Doing How do we make our life.All of us have Gifts, if not many, at least one The three Gifts which are part of this collection are, of Empathy, Friendship and Love of Work There are Life skills which are must for each one of us to live happily and meaningfully The interpersonal skills or skills of You and Me contained here are Sharing Self, Telling others about themselves, and Getting to know ownself through others The fourth skill or art included here is learning to learn In view of its broad based need and being a live issue, some thoughts on Being Parent are also part of this collection.The book also endeavours to build understanding about Guilt and Feelings It is wise to be aware of anger and a short note on Anger is there as reminder.Please do get in touch with me at, for discussion on any of the content and context and for interaction in context of experiential learning and personal growth, giftofinsights gmail

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