A series of instructional workshops focusing on “awakening to the spirit within” including such topics as Strategies of Master Achievers, Principles of Present Moment Awareness, Designing Your Personal Mission and Personal Leadership: What Matter’s Most To apply contact Mark’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org or markarmiento.com
Personalized small group work (limited to 6-8 students) reserved for those who are serious about making rapid life changes. Participate in a series of six 90 minutes sessions focusing on becoming mentally focused, physically energized, emotionally centered, interpersonally connected and spiritually aligned.
How we use our emotions in life can be a great source of happiness or the plight of misery. Learning emotional independence and maturity; knowing specifically what you’re feeling and how to responsibly express it, is essential to true inner peace and happiness.
Mark ArmientoJune 24, 2012
Victor Frankle believed that the striving to find significance and meaning in our lives is man’s primary motivational force; nevertheless, this innate striving for life purpose can also be impeded due to ordinary existential adversity. Unfortunately, this can also result in spiritual depletion.
Mark ArmientoFebruary 26, 2011
Do you live by the belief that if you were to continually ask yourself important life questions, that sooner or later the answers would just come? Asking ourselves life questions is only half the strategy for attaining success and happiness in life – the other half is discovering the right questions to ask ourselves.
Mark ArmientoJune 1, 2010
Religious experiences are usually known as occurrences that are uncommon, in the sense that they don’t fit in with the norm of every day life experiences and are connected to the one’s perception of the divine. Religious experience is entirely a subjective phenomenon, however commonalities and differences have been argued by scholars for many years.
Mark ArmientoMarch 8, 2010
Many view the illness of chemical dependency and addiction with the assumption that sobriety (the absence of drinking or substance abuse behavior) indicates true wellness. But actually there exists many degrees of wellness, just as there are degrees of substance misuse.
Mark ArmientoFebruary 11, 2010
“An old Jewish tribe in a middle European Country faces crisis. They are about to be invaded; they look to the old venerated Rabbi for guidance and wisdom. The Rabbi said he had no immediate answer, but he knew how to find one: he went into the woods. He lit a fire. He said a prayer. God answered his prayer. The Rabbi told the people what God had revealed. The people did God’s will. The village was saved. That was the experience. Following the experience, the second generation said: “The woods we cannot find, but the fire we can, light and prayer we can say.” The third generation said: “The woods we cannot find, the fire we cannot light, but the prayer we can say.” The fourth generation said: “The woods we cannot find, the fire we cannot light, the prayer we cannot pray, but the story we can tell.”…
Mark ArmientoJanuary 16, 2010