Our spiral seeks to describe the richness of states and stages we experience throughout our lives. It offers a map to understand and master ourselves first. Second, it helps us understand and influence others.
The lower half describes the progressive failure of resilience. This is what the philosophers call suffering, or dukkha. As you slide down the spiral, you lose altitude. Mind, then emotion, and then body fail progressively. To be on the lower rungs is a sorry situation. Seeing this will encourage you upwards.
Learning how to breathe properly will enable you to secure moments of calm and clarity throughout your life. These exercises are not only for elite athletes and soldiers, who need to perform under immense pressure. Any time you feel stressed, overloaded, disengaged or withdrawn use effective breathing to regain coherence and boost your resilience.
You are welcome to adjust the breathing rhythm. 5 seconds exhalation, a 2 second pause, then 3 seconds inhalation is also effective.
The Resilience Diagnostic provides a detailed insight into the wellbeing, resilience and effectiveness of your people. Reporting on 60 factors, participants receive individualised recommendations and a comprehensive self-development toolkit to assist them build and develop bounce, improve lifestyle and resilience.
Our secure, online Resilience Diagnostic is based on 60 questions from the range of factors that determine resilience. It takes 10 minutes to complete and the personal Interactive Report is available immediately. With regular psychometrics and datamining, you can be sure that it works.