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Making Wise Decisions Through Accessing Inner Wisdom
Charles Tack, I Ching Coach
Original Date: Thursday, January 16, 2014

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Conventional wisdom suggests using experts, mentors and grandparent figures to help us make decisions. While dialogues with wise individuals can help us make better choices, as we mature, we're called to lean more heavily on ourselves. In this talk we will explore approaches to accessing inner wisdom beyond our Western culture's predominant focus on intellectual discernment. The first approach applies the framework of the ancient Chinese text known as the I Ching or Book of Changes. A second set of inner work approaches looks at accessing inner wisdom voices directly, specifically applying Jung's active imagination process and the internal family systems (IFS) model developed by Richard Schwartz. Practical suggestions will be offered for those in the midst of making difficult choices.

Charles Tack has been exploring decision making since college where he studied rational decision analysis. He's a long-time student of the I Ching and Jung's active imagination process and its more recent variations, such the internal family systems model. His coaching practice focuses on guiding clients toward making wise decisions and taking actions based on those choices.

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