Tools, Courses, Workshops, and Guides
More Than Human Companion Guides
And these guides will be released soon:
Gratitude & Appreciation – The More Than Human Companion – A Leadership Guide to a Healthy Workplace Culture and Bottom Line
Empathy – The More Than Human Companion – A Leadership Guide to a Healthy Workplace Culture and Bottom Line
Collaboration – The More Than Human Companion – A Leadership Guide to a Healthy Workplace Culture and Bottom Line
Distress, Depression, and Anxiety Versus the Power of Music
Natural remedies for anxiety have been around for thousands of years. While they may not seem as sexy as modern apps, the advantage of practical heart skills is the overwhelming evidence that supports their use. Even better, these skills are already part of who you are.
Featured Online Course: How to Create and Use Music Rites
The “natural” thing about music is that it reaches most of us on a deep level. Beyond the intellectual or the skillful, mastering leverage your innate responses to rhythm and sound is a highly desirable way to also master depression, distress, and anxiety. You may have heard that music is powerful, but, for most people, that’s like seeing only the part of an iceberg above the waterline – it goes much deeper. Just like the power of music goes much deeper. It’s great that people understand this, but the few who dig deeper into their own connection to music also find a new depth of joy, personal power, and ability to be more effective in and more peaceful with the craziness of life.
This historic course – as far as we know, nothing like this has been taught for perhaps thousands of years – is a necessary and vital self-exploration of the how and why behind the use of music as a tool. Although the science is ancient, modern research is finally catching up and confirming what you can prove for yourself: music works.
Immerse yourself in the ceremonial intention of deeper, more satisfying use of music as you learn to create fully-realized Silver Bullet playlists to support best practices, intervention with feelings you don’t want, and inspiration for creative, sustaining flow in your life.
Reconnect with Your Innate Edge
We all have practical heart skills. They’re innate. If you don’t believe that’s true, pay attention when you use practical heart skills such as gratitude, appreciation, or resilience! When you are grateful, appreciative, or resilient, you reconnect with your deep inner wisdom. That’s just how it works. As you learn and use practical heart skills, you also begin to re-wire your habits for good.
Often, coursework with practical heart skills serves as a reminder – a way to recall those skills you already possess. Much of what sets human beings apart is that simple! While modern technology can confuse your gut-level intuition, make you dependent on a third party for progress, and, in some ways, create more anxiety in the process, what good is that? Instead of chasing the latest app, take back control of your self-care at your own speed and uncover your own innate edge – the natural remedy for anxiety that’s already on board with you right now.
Practical Heart Skills Workshops
In an era of inauthenticity, what could you do to be more authentic? More real? The Practical Heart Skills Workshop leads you through self-evident practices you can use to launch you our of Deficiency and into Growth. (Maslow’s nearby Motivational Model shows you what that looks like.)
The Practical Heart Skills Workshop supports our natural inclination to want to do better, be more, and achieve satisfaction in life. In the Workshop, participants will learn how to:
- Deploy spiritual best practices – gratitude and appreciation, integrity and compassion, resilience and cooperation, for example – with powerful authenticity guaranteed to enhance Growth;
- Engage their human spirit deeply to accomplish useful, productive, creative, satisfying work;
- Re-invigorate pathways toward self-actualization and transcendence.
If this Workshop sounds intriguing and you would like to discuss, please schedule a no-cost consultation with Bill Protzmann, Practical Heart Skills trainer and advisor.