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I've rarely experienced a 'training' program that so effectively combines rigorous methodology with generous heart. I now have a living compendium of precise, relevant practices.
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Federal Government Manager
Working with Joanne and Laura has been transformational at many levels of my life. Through their Integral Coaching® training, I have come to understand what “being human” means.
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Senior Executive and Professional Coach
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Joanne Hunt's blog

One Wild and Precious Life

We are about to tear down our little cottage. It was built in the early eighties and has been lived in by three families including ours. We bought it a few months after Laura was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013.  We had rented cottages for summer vacations off and on over the years.

Spirals of Development

I remember being in the middle of a conversation with a client when she said, "Shouldn't I have this thing licked by now? It has been around at different times my whole life and I thought I had taken care of it the last time. I’ve worked so hard on this." Her voice got quiet as she reached the last word.

Sitting With Death

Sitting meditation is a core practice for Integral Coaching Canada students. This practice helps our coaches develop the quiet, receptive minds necessary to sit with their clients… and to sit with their lives.

But You Also Eat Jello

There is a new voice that I am writing with these days. It is a voice that has a louder baritone. It has no falsetto. It is an unnerving new sound. Lower. Wider. Slower. I don't recognize it as mine yet.

Hanging Out Your Shingle

Another new business opened on Gore Street in Perth. Laura and I walked by it the other day, peeked in the windows, admired the logo, and talked about how much we hoped they do well. We notice new storefronts when they open or avidly read announcements in local newspapers about new businesses coming to town.

A New Way In

I’ve been working with Laura’s suggestions regarding Minimums and Maximums for my long-term practice. If you haven’t watched Laura’s 8-minute Min-Max video, do it now. This blog will make much more sense once you do.

Meeting the Moment

A new year is upon us. Fresh. Like newly fallen snow. Sparkling with a sense of possibility. Not yet affected by mistakes or missteps, good news or bad news, resolutions kept or partially carried out. The new year simply arrives.

Time Off

I will be taking time off from Perspectives to focus on a few larger writing projects.  Please feel free to peruse the archive below.

I will be back!

Wasting Time

The leaves have just started to change colour. In another month the brilliant reds and yellows and oranges will burst forth showing off for the Thanksgiving visitors and families gathering around Canadian tables in October.

JITP Drowning

I have been away from Perspectives for seven months. One year ago I was asked to be the Guest Editor for the Journal of Integral Theory and Practice (JITP) because they wanted to dedicate the Spring 2009 issue to Integral Coaching Canada's work in the world. Although an unusual emotion for me, I optimistically signed up for the adventure. Optimism is not my strong suit.

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