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Inner criticism is what you experience when you see certain naturally occurring thoughts, emotions and behaviours in yourself as a problem to be solved, as something bad to be controlled, or as something shameful to be hidden.
Inner criticism can undermine your self-confidence and create inner paralysis that prevents you from achieving your true goals in life.
On this online course, you will learn
The course is based on the book of the same name. The material comes from more than a decade of working with clients.
What people say about the book and the course
|Price of course (incl. 25% VAT)|
|Version||Added material for each version||DKK||£||€||$|
|1||Videos from original course||250||22||27||30|
|2||Quizzes and meta-text||299||34||40||46|
|3||Introduction + Section on reactions to inner criticism||360||40||48||55|
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Over the last couple of decades, I have studied various traditional and contemporary paths of personal development. In particular, I have studied the Enneagram with Claudio Naranjo, Tibetan Buddhism with Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche, and the Diamond Logos essence work with Faisal Muqaddam, Jeremy Klein, and Velusia Van Horssen. I also hold a master practitioner degree in NLP.
I did my doctoral research at Cranfield University, the UK. I researched how I could use modern cognitive science to understand the practices of personal development I had learned from the above-mentioned masters. In particular, I used cognitive metaphor theory and theories of embodied cognition. Sixty managers from various organisations participated in the research. The research is published in the book Sensory Templates and Manager Cognition: Art, Cognitive Science and Spiritual Practices in Management Education and in several book chapters and academic papers on topics, such as education, therapy, cognitive science, leadership, and community building.
Today, I have established a school, Sensing Mind Institute, where I teach my methods of personal development to therapists, psychologists, counsellors, managers and others who work professionally with people. Apart from my work with Sensing Mind Institute, I am lecturing on entrepreneurship, community building, and co-creation at Copenhagen Business School and at The Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen.
I have a background in music, dance, and physics. In my teaching, I emphasise kindness, precision, and humour.
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