Tatori life coaching method℠
by Neville Goddard, quoted by Dr. Wayne Dyer in his book Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering the Art of Manifesting.
Through the Tatori Life Coach System, we are ambitiously determined to empower young adults to live healthier and happier lives, to release old behavioral patterns that no longer work, to unleash their fullest potential – to take control of their own sustainable self-reliance and to live as a creator of their life.
Young adults that are willing to execute the Tatori Life Coaching model and able to produce 55 to 75 hours a week of productive effort, can expect rapid growth as they struggle through level 1, become more comfortable in level 2 and start to expand in level 3.
The Tatori Experience provides self-improvement skills, in up to date formats, for this generation. The Tatori System, along with our unique, in the trenches, Life Coaching Model and support systems, encourage emerging young adults to unleash their true potential, eliminate limiting beliefs and thinking errors that are hindering us from pursuing our dreams and adopt powerful mindsets that unlock a life that we are truly capable of living. Traditional therapeutic change models focus primarily on fixing the broken. This is a necessary step to create stabilization and essential foundational work in our lives. However, we cannot stop there.
At Pacia Life, we strive to come up with new life maps that will ultimately render old behaviors that no longer serve us, obsolete. We stand by the philosophy of Buckminster Fuller, who suggests:
You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.
Through the Tatori Life Coaching model that includes the Grand Vision, Lens, Dance, and Mirror, we learn a solution-focused and systematic way of approaching our goals, dreams, and challenges.
Change is accelerated, life mapping is hacked, education is holistic and extraordinary living becomes even more possible for each of us who learn to execute the principals and task.