Life is: making use of free space in a creative way in the present moment
‘I consider you as a special human being with a very natural and reassuring way of working and with a very precious message to our fellow earth inhabitants.’Robert
Evert van de Ven (1960) is life coach (Zijnsoriëntatie and Zelf Kennis Methode) , writer (Het Kompas, 2011 en Een kennismaking met Eckhart Tolle, 2013) and speaker. He gives talks, workshops and trainings in The Netherlands and abroad. Over the last fourteen years his work has been strongly inspired through the encounters with Eckhart Tolle and he really loves to be together with other people to travel on this ‘road of what moves and inspires us’ together.
In his two books ‘Het Kompas’ and ‘Een kennismaking met Eckhart Tolle’ he writes about his own personal development and about the profound meaning of the Eckhart Tolle Teachings for our daily life.
Through his practical, heartwarming and humerous approach he really tickles our lust for life, by using clear excercisis and coaching we regain a clear view about our life and we rediscover the courage, the trust and the pleasure to live our day to day life with more contentment and less psycholgical suffering. One of the most important themes in his coaching is the ability to experience ‘free space’.
Evert says: “I often felt delighted during a simple game of football; a long ball could open up possibilities which were beyond imagination just a moment before. As in football as in my profession as a Life Coach I’m together with people constantly in search of free space….opening up situations….changes of perpective…discovering space for creativity….Here and Now; to see and to experience the possibilities to create something new. All change originates Now and in free space, that’s our source of inspiration to live our life fully.”
Eckhart Tolle:”How to be at peace now? By making peace with the present moment. The present moment is the field on which the game of life happeens. It cannot happen anywhere else. Once you have made peace with the present moment, see what happens, what you can do or choose to do, or rather what life does through you.”