A conversation for distinction

1. Repackaging and reframing (more, better) of what a person is already doing
2. Learning to do something fundamentally different

Both approaches take account of “context” or worldview and “frame of reference” people use to draw identity and basic patterns of thinking and behaviour

DesignThese two aspects are formed from choices and conclusions people have made so far in their lives together representing a person’s unique perspective on life.  This in turn shapes way of being and characteristic manner of perceiving and behaving

In fact, ultimate expression of a person’s world view and frame of reference is found in their unique way of dealing with problems, situations and events

Mundamutti Mastery gives people wherewithal to recognise and evaluate suitability of present context and frame of reference

It then creates lasting shift in these for more aligned attitudes, priorities, motivations, thinking patterns and behaviour

This allows people to break free from “padding” of habit and preconception and to overcome “momentum” they may have generated from their past.  When this happens it results in new ways of being – as well as new ways of thinking and behaving

People see limitations and boundaries of previous way of acting.  They fundamentally change and alter perspective on life

New possibilities and actions arise