The fast track is systematic, organized, and addresses body, breath, emotions, mind, intellect, and blockages that are present in them. The live E are Engagement, Education, Empowerment, Evolution, and Enlighten.
It is a principle in eastern wisdom where a Coach introduces a principle, discusses it at length rationally, and answers questions of What, Why, How, Where, When and any other questions raised by Coachee. The goal of engagement is to help a Coachee to understand that there is a clear, simple, easy, and effective way to change, and end problems, pain points, and sufferings in life. The principles of eastern wisdom have been validated by thousands of masters for over 600 years, a Coachee needs only to know it, understand it, and remove preexisting notions causing suffering.
After the first step of Engagement, Coach introduces simple, effective practices so that knowledge is realized as personal experience. It is a first-person experience.
A coach continues to observe, and understand how practice is helping or not helping so that next time, a coach can further personalize, the practice and may change the practices. This step is education where four steps are reinforced again and again to a Coachee so that he progresses faster.
When a Coachee (seeker) does practices for a week, and finds changes, shares his experiences, it helps the Coach to easily personalize the practices in the next session. Empowerment here means that practices and Principles realized by a Coachee (seeker) bring positive changes. The change in the mind changes the brain, the changes in the brain change behavior and attitude, the behavior and attitude change personality, and the personality changes personal, professional, social, and family life. The Coachee finds changes and generates faith that will bring an end to the challenges for which he is undergoing the coaching. At the same time, the Coach (seeker) finds that he is empowering with soft skills, inner calm, relaxation, poise, and natural focus.
The fourth stage rewards a Coachee with greater endurance, poise, calmness, and peace settled in the personality. The Coachee (Seeker) Is ready to leap to a higher consciousness within, and remain unaffected by outer situations, conditions, people, place, and time. It is this higher consciousness that is like a spark that gives tremendous faith in oneself, courage, confidence, peace, and joy. As one grows and evolves, a Coachee finds revelations within that help him to set the journey of conscious evolution and transformation in life.
The enlightening has three stagesAwakening, Realization, and Transformation. The Awakening means a spark of consciousness within, that transcends all the challenges. A realization means a Coachee realizes that he can achieve, what he wants to achieve provided it follows what is right and good, a principle of Shreyas. The transformation here means old habits, and impressions, change gradually depending on the intensity guided by the principles of discernment, dispassion, and living life consciously from moment to moment.
Self-assessment, Self-evaluation, follow-ups, feedback. Ten self-evaluation tools are applied at different stages of coaching to find measurable changes in personal, professional, social, and family life. The journey of eastern wisdom is a life project. A Coach who was mentored and coached by his master for 26 years and he studied more than 100 texts written over 6000 years ago. With mutual consent, a Coachee continues the journey as he/she likes to progress in many other areas left before. A higher, intuitive, emotionally free relationship based on kindness, knowledge, and creativity is built over time.