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041 - Part 1: Learnings from a monk-life about facilitation - with Amaranatho Robey

December 31, 2019
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041 - Part 1: Learnings from a monk-life about facilitation - with Amaranatho Robey
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041 - Part 1: Learnings from a monk-life about facilitation - with Amaranatho Robey
Dec 31, 2019
Dr Myriam Hadnes

On episode 041, I speak with Amaranatho Robey, who was a Buddhist Monk for 15 years and now applies his learnings to coaching and facilitation. He has run over one hundred retreats, workshops, and public talks around the world, impacting thousands of people. 

Our interview comes in two parts: The first part introduces Ama's major learnings from his life as a monk for facilitation and coaching. In the second part, we explore what presence and mindfulness can teach us to hold space for our workshop participants and to control our ego. During our conversation, we touch upon many other topics such as anger and jealousy, about play and about leadership.

Don't miss the part when Ama tells the story why the monastery bought him a punch-bag and what that taught him about dealing with anger. 

Although I highly recommend keeping a pen and paper at hand, you may also just download mine

And, don't miss the next show: Subscribe to my newsletter and check your favourite podcast player to subscribe to the show. 

Show Notes

On episode 041, I speak with Amaranatho Robey, who was a Buddhist Monk for 15 years and now applies his learnings to coaching and facilitation. He has run over one hundred retreats, workshops, and public talks around the world, impacting thousands of people. 

Our interview comes in two parts: The first part introduces Ama's major learnings from his life as a monk for facilitation and coaching. In the second part, we explore what presence and mindfulness can teach us to hold space for our workshop participants and to control our ego. During our conversation, we touch upon many other topics such as anger and jealousy, about play and about leadership.

Don't miss the part when Ama tells the story why the monastery bought him a punch-bag and what that taught him about dealing with anger. 

Although I highly recommend keeping a pen and paper at hand, you may also just download mine

And, don't miss the next show: Subscribe to my newsletter and check your favourite podcast player to subscribe to the show. 

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