The message "Pay attention to your impact" is all over the place, in spades. Right now, with the possibility for rapid spread of Covid-19 we have the ability to severely impact the health and vitality of those around us. At some level we know we have an impact, and we often choose to ignore it. But now is certainly an excellent time to consider questions on our impact and build awareness of impact.
In this Path To Wholeness Blog Susan Bennett Fisher explores some of these questions around impact and the importance of being aware, conscious and at choice about how we are impacting others, how our choices impact our lives and relationships.
Living through life without recognizing your impact on others results in un-intended consequences. Increasing the awareness of your impact let's you make better informed choice. One of the best ways to understand your impact is to know more about the lens others use to see you. There are nine ways of being, the 9 Natural Energies, each has a different lens. If you understand the lens, you can have a better and more accurate view of your impact.
For example, if you are talking with one of the Natural Energies that uses eye contact as part of how they connect (1,2,3 or 4) and you don't make eye contact with them, they may not understand what you say, trust who you are, or enjoy the interaction with you. This was certainly not your intended impact - you intended to connect and have them hear and consider what you have to say. When they are not able to do this because you didn't give them eye contact, it results in confusion and disappointment on both sides.
Learning about how the different body types interact helps to make your impact more conscious and effective.
Path To Wholeness: Interview with Ben Hanawalt, Natural Energy 9
Path To Wholeness:Interview with Morten Nygârd, Natural Energy 3
Path To Wholeness:Interview with Iona Mc Neil, Natural Energy 2
Path To Wholeness: Interview with Gregory Goldin, Natural Energy 1
Path to Wholeness: Susan Bennett Fisher - The Energy Lady - Owning who you are
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