Question: When a person is engaged in integral communication, he is powered by a sense of a common goal, by unity. Does he need to enter this state before engaging in any action in his work?
Answer: Of course, this is obvious to the person himself. If he had good training, he passes everything successfully. Bad instructions extinguish his work immediately.
Question: How much time should inner preparation take?
Answer: It’s hard to say. It is impossible to stand with a stopwatch and measure the duration of preparation because everything depends on the attitude you come with. Perhaps you just talked with your mother and she said something that washed you out and you need good preparation. Or on the contrary, you may have flown in as if on wings. So, in this case, time is not an indicator.
Question: Might this be some general preparation for all the employees before the work day begins?
Answer: Certainly. They should get together into one whole and should feel that they go together now. After all, the words that we say don’t matter.
We see this, especially now when we interact more and more with the population. Even working with small groups or with one person, we transfer energy to them. What do they understand in words? What can we say to them, especially if it is a fragmented, disorderly group that does not want to listen if they have been brought to the first lesson and they have to comply?
Gradually, we can begin to give them tasks as preparation for the next meeting, “Let’s read something next time before our gathering.” To bring them to this state, we suggest singing something together, watching a video clip or a short movie, or reading for ten minutes.
But the most important thing in any case is that we pass energy to the people.
From Kab TV’s “Through Time” 9/15/13