We've all had the experience of being totally absorbed in what we're doing, alert but relaxed, unaware of the pressures of time or outside circumstances, in that place where we're dancing with flow.
But what do we do when we're no longer dancing? When sudden ebbs and flows leave us confused and cofounded? When we find ourselves detached from the flow of life? How can we back into the swing of things and find the state called "flow"?
On Saturday, October 17, international coach and consultant Sushma Sharma will lead us in exploration she calls Dancing with Flow. During our time together, we'll explore the nature of flow state, how to achieve it and sustain it, and how we can reconnect to it when we're feeling stuck.
The Exploration is free.
"Dancing with the flow is becoming one with it. Making it a partner and engaging in a union with it such that you flow too," Sharma says.
"Dancing with the flow is all about an unconditional embrace of uncertainty, a surrender to emergence and a commitment to having fun."
Sharma is the founder and CEO of the Mumbia-based Resonate Consulting, and a passionate learner, with 27 years of intense and expansive work in the field of Organization Development. She's been a coach to hundreds of CEOs and leaders of businesses and has touched lives and diverse organizations in US, Canada, UK, India and Asia-Pacific. She is past president of the Indian Society for Applied Behavioral Sciences, and a former Board Member of NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science. She is an Appreciative Inquiry co-owner and has exclusive rights to use the Geert Hofstede model of Intercultural management in India.