– Chandogya Upanishad
Developing self-awareness, confidence and emotional agility
The pioneering O.N.E programme presents a powerful three-step practical framework to evolve and cultivate an open mindset. Propelled by the ancient mind empowering knowledge and backed by scientific research, the O.N.E programme offers various tools to tap into the immense ability of the mind that provides a deeper understanding of how one perceives and introspect their internal landscape and external impressions. The programme is delivered through workshops, courses, and resources, designed to nurture the inner world gently and expand it to create a positive outer world.
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According to the oxford dictionary, the definition of observation is the action or process of closely observing or monitoring something or someone. This essential skill enables scientists to formulate, test and construct theories and hypotheses that lead to new inventions, artists to portray intricate details in their artwork, writers to explore subtle emotions of a character, entrepreneurs to find the gap in the market, leaders to enkindle revolutions and above all one to be self-aware. Observation extends beyond simply noticing something; It involves analysis and understanding of the significance of one’s existence. It allows us to look beyond what is seen, deepening our understanding of various factors that drive existence. It allows one to examine behaviours and emotions that simultaneously work to result in action. Observation is the catalyst for change and new innovations.
To nurture means looking after something that you care for until it is strong enough to sustain itself. It also implies reinforcing newly acquired skills, habits, and behaviours until they are etched in your subconscious mind. Like a freshly planted seed requires consistent care and attention; similarly, newly adopted approaches demand reinforcement. You need to be vigilant and adopt varied ways that can fortify your recently developed ideologies. We tend to go back to our old behaviours; having a planned strategy augments our chances to see the desired outcome.
Any newly acquired skill, or behaviour, once fully embraced, becomes like a reflex. It gets automated like any regular practice, such as driving a car or speaking in your native language. However, to reach that efficacy, many factors play their part; commitment is required to sustain the change; one must be mindful, which implies immersing oneself and being in that moment. The most significant of all is a regular practice which is the key to embedding new regimes into your subconscious mind.
The O.N.E Programme is highly adaptable, scalable, and accessible and can be used at home or school. It can be easily applied in various situations to gain the desired outcome.