What is the Conscious Service Approach?
Relationships are the fabric of all the helping professions. But it isn’t just the people accessing services who benefit from these connections – it’s the helping professionals, too. The Conscious Service Approach provides these individuals with the tools to benefit from the transformational relationships they encounter in the workplace and the means to find the fulfillment that attracted them to vocations of service in the first place.
The approach itself is non-sequential and varies from individual to individual. What remains consistent is the central action that weaves throughout: the establishment, development and application of self-reflective practice.
The four components of the Conscious Service Approach
Each of these components serves as an entry-point; but once practicing, an organic order emerges that produces the biggest benefits and greatest results:
Self-connection is the most intuitive entry-point because it’s the realization of your true self that deepens your capacity for enlightened communication – one of the foundational pillars for creating transformative relationships. In turn, these skills empower individuals to experience co-creative community.
However you engage with the Conscious Service Approach, each component builds upon the other while also providing opportunities for expansion in other areas. For example, enlightened communication will not only enhance the capacity for transformative relationships but will also create more opportunities to hone enlightened communication.
The Conscious Service Approach is a process designed to help integrate all aspects of professional engagement to deepen experiences of authenticity, fulfillment, enthusiasm, and peace! It is not a step by step process – there is no right or wrong way to engage.
That’s why it works.