Ontological Learning and Discovery Group

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Would you like to live your life to its fullest potential, but seem to just fall short? Maybe you’re not sure how. Or maybe you’re not able to distinctly understand why you’re not. Or perhaps you feel you are living to your fullest potential, but you’re curious to learn more.

If this resonates with you, you’re invited to join Stacey Bevill, Newfield Network certified coach trainee, for five evenings of exploration and discovery with Ontological Coaching.

In this program, you’ll discover a new model for seeing, listening, communicating, and feeling that allows for deep shifts in personal development.

Through brief presentations, interactive and self-reflection exercises, readings, and discussions, we’ll explore how the ways in which we observe and experience the world around us affects our inner dialogues. When we become aware of and change the way we observe we can create shifts in the way we speak, how we feel, and how we create our lives. This awareness opens our capacity for action to create meaningful and sustainable change.

Program Schedule and Logistics

  • The program will be held the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month and is provided free of charge.
  • Space is limited to 8 people. A commitment to attend all five sessions is requested.
  • Location: The Healing Center, 3100 Grandview Drive, Simpsonville, SC 29680
  • Dates: April 6th, April 20th, May 4th, May 18th, June 1st, 2017
  • Time: 5:30 – 6:30 pm
  • Snacks will be provided

To Register

Contact Stacey Bevill at 864-414-3598 or stacey@askandreceive.net to RSVP by Friday, March 31.

About the Facilitator

Stacey Bevill is trainingOntological Coaching Learning and Discovery Group to become Newfield Network Certified Ontological Coach. She currently holds a B.S. in Sociology, with a minor in Psychology and is the founder and owner of Ask and Receive, Inc., a local marketing company started in 1999.

About Newfield Network Coach Training

Newfield’s Certified Coach Training program is grounded in a rigorous and substantive theoretical framework—ontology, the study of “being.” A person’s way of being refers to how that person perceives the world. It determines the actions she/he would consider taking, which ultimately determine the results created. The results we create, therefore, provide feedback on our way of being and how we observe the world. A person’s way of being can be understood more clearly by breaking it up into three primary areas: language, body, and emotion.