Discover Our Story And Why We Can Help You
A couple of years ago Maree and I were very fortunate to be in Bali … not just Bali, but Ubud and its surrounding areas … what we quickly saw as “the real Bali”. We were there to learn, to grow and to experience things we had never been exposed to before.
What an adventure. We experienced a totally different way of life. The people were amazing – poor yet so rich. We became immersed in their way of life, we visited ancient spiritual sites, talked to healers, spoke with shop keepers, chatted with folk in the streets.
Our two weeks there could easily have become a year or more. We felt so removed from life here in Australia (and no doubt life in the “western world” in general). Things seemed to slow down, nothing was a problem, everything was as it should be.
Back in Australia we quickly got caught up in the hype of our “normal life” … all the pressure, the stress, the expectations, the need to be “successful”.
Feeling this all over again was not a pleasant experience, but it did teach us a very valuable lesson. When we came back from Bali we were so relaxed and “in our zone” … our natural flow state, even though it was an experience fairly unfamiliar to us at the time. It felt great! It felt as if we could do anything, nothing seemed too hard, and everything seemed to fall in place … effortlessly.
But … faced with “normal life” it all collapsed. Life was back to looking for new clients, seeking new markets, developing new programs, writing new material, and so and so on – long hours, hard negotiations, the stress of keeping on moving forward as was expected of us.
What did this teach us? Simple. In Bali we had learned to be “in flow” – a state where all seems effortless and fulfilling.
But back in our old life we felt again the day to day pulls on our time and efforts. We realised we had fallen “out of flow”. Having now experienced these two extremes we made a conscious decision to explore this, and never fall victim to this negative state ever again. A great ambition, but one nearly impossible to achieve and maintain.
We realised we had an even bigger dream to achieve – find out why people move in and out of flow, what stops this, what triggers it, and how we can all learn to control this towards enjoying a life that is rewarding and successful. All of us, within our families, as couples, whether at work or at school, are capable of experiencing heightened connection, enhanced interaction and engagement, and very successful performance in all that we choose to do.
This has become our work and life purpose – to work with others in supporting them find their flow … and their “perfect relationships”, in every part of their lives.
It is our gift to you: to flow or not to flow. This choice was ours … and it is also yours.
Relationship Dynamics Global focuses on assisting individuals learn how to understand, accept and appreciate the value that they have to offer themselves and others, and to share and grow as one … building the foundation of connection and engagement together.
The Relationship Dynamics Model stems from the identification of the need to start at “ground level”. As with any construction … if the foundation is not strong, any building above will always be susceptible to disruption.
Its aim is to remove, as much as possible, the potential for personal and shared disruption through awareness, acceptance, learning, and growing. With empathy and engagement through knowledge and wisdom comes success.
WE ARE THE CO-FOUNDERS OF RELATIONSHIP DYNAMICS AND WORKPLACE DYNAMICS
Our inspiration and vision are driven by our fascination with Psychology, the i-Ching, Multiple Brain Integration, Neuro-linguistic Programming and Ho-oponopono … different yet closely aligned sources that have inspired our ground-breaking work with people across work and personal environments.
Jeff’s background in Psychology and Education, along with a strong association with NLP (as a Certified Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming) and an advocate of mBIT (multiple brain integration techniques) allows him, in combination with his wide experience, to be of immense value to others over time. He has developed a strong interest in the i-Ching, the ancient Chinese science that is the basis of Carl Jung’s work on personality types that forms the basis of psychometric testing in today’s business world, and sees this science and wisdom as the foundation of the work being done within the personal and working lives of individuals, couples and families worldwide.
Maree’s experiences in interior design, government and business, not to mention ballroom dancing (as an accomplished ballroom dancer, competing nationally and placed in the top of her field in Australia) allow her to be of great value to people across the many environments she engages with. Maree engages her business expertise, life experiences and a strong interest in the i-Ching, Eastern science that forms the basis of much of our Western world of psychology today to help others achieve their dreams and goals. Her strong belief in the power of “people” has led her on a personal journey of learning and sharing, which is evident in many of their programs.