Video-Concetti di Coaching e Counseling. Amore per… un progetto, un’idea, un concetto, per gli altri, e per se stessi

Amore per il Coaching, il Counseling, la Formazione, la crescita delle Persone

Concetti Master in Coaching, Concetti di Counseling, Concetti sul Potenziale Umano. Sviluppo personale, leadership, crescita personale, sviluppo organizzativo e risorse umane. Le performance più profonde richiedono amore e passione. Questo sia nel business, nello sport, nella vita.

di Daniele Trevisani, http://www.studiotrevisani.it

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Video “One Soul many Me” ed. 01

“One Soul many Me” is an experimental approach to Human Resources and Human Factor focused on the Multiplicity of Personal Roles in Life, interpreted by Dr. Daniele Trevisani http://www.danieletrevisani.com – It derives from Drama Studies conducted at the world’s most ancient University Institution, the DAMS (Disciplines of Arts, Music and Performance) in Bologna University (Alma Mater), and Communication Studies in Micro-Sociology, regarding the increasing variety of Roles playied by Social Actors in life, and the struggle for generating a unifiying Soul, a sense of Identity that goes beyond any given role.

We tend to identify ourselves in one of the several roles interpreted in life, without considering that any role is a transition, is momentary, ad will sooner or later vanish. We should look at our identity as a coninuously evolving and compresence of several roles, unified by a soul that gives us a life-purpose of which we can be more or less aware.
In philosophy, identity, from Latin: identitas (“sameness”), is the relation each thing bears just to itself. The notion of identity gives rise to many philosophical problems, including the identity of indiscernibles (if x and y share all their properties, are they one and the same thing?), and questions about change and personal identity over time (what has to be the case for a person x at one time and a person y at a later time to be one and the same person?).
It is important to distinguish the philosophical concept of identity from the more well-known notion of identity in use in psychology and the social sciences.

The philosophical concept concerns a relation, specifically, a relation that x and y stand in if, and only if they are one and the same thing, or identical to each other (i.e. if, and only if x = y). The sociological notion of identity, by contrast, has to do with a person’s self-conception, social presentation, and more generally, the aspects of a person that make them unique, or qualitatively different from others (e.g. cultural identity, gender identity, national identity, online identity and processes of identity formation).
Metaphysics of identity.
Metaphysicians, and sometimes philosophers of language and mind, ask other questions:

  • What does it mean for an object to be the same as itself?
  • If x and y are identical (are the same thing), must they always be identical? Are they necessarily identical?
  • What does it mean for an object to be the same, if it changes over time? (Is applet the same as applet+1?)
  • If an object’s parts are entirely replaced over time, as in the Ship of Theseus example, in what way is it the same?

The Law of identity originates from classical antiquity. The modern formulation of identity is that of Gottfried Leibniz, who held that x is the same as y if and only if every predicate true of x is true of y as well.
Leibniz’s ideas have taken root in the philosophy of mathematics, where they have influenced the development of the predicate calculus as Leibniz’s law. Mathematicians sometimes distinguish identity from equality. More mundanely, an identity in mathematics may be an equation that holds true for all values of a variable. Hegel argued that things are inherently self-contradictory[citation needed] and that the notion of something being self-identical only made sense if it were not also not-identical or different from itself and did not also imply the latter. In Hegel’s words, “Identity is the identity of identity and non-identity.”
More recent metaphysicians have discussed trans-world identity—the notion that there can be the same object in different possible worlds.

An alternative to trans-world identity is the counterpart relation in Counterpart theory. It is a similarity relation that rejects trans-world individuals and instead defends an objects counterpart – the most similar object.
Some philosophers have denied that there is such a relation as identity. Thus Ludwig Wittgenstein writes (Tractatus 5.5301): “That identity is not a relation between objects is obvious.” At 5.5303 he elaborates: “Roughly speaking: to say of two things that they are identical is nonsense, and to say of one thing that it is identical with itself is to say nothing.”
Bertrand Russell had earlier voiced a worry that seems to be motivating Wittgenstein’s point (The Principles of Mathematics §64): “[I]dentity, an objector may urge, cannot be anything at all: two terms plainly are not identical, and one term cannot be, for what is it identical with?” Even before Russell, Gottlob Frege, at the beginning of “Sense and reference,” expressed a worry with regard to identity as a relation: “Equality gives rise to challenging questions which are not altogether easy to answer. Is it a relation?”
More recently, C. J. F. Williams has suggested that identity should be viewed as a second-order relation, rather than a relation between objects, and Kai Wehmeier has argued that appealing to a binary relation that every object bears to itself, and to no others, is both logically unnecessary and metaphysically suspect.

Capoeira, ritorno alle origini

Ho avuto la fortuna di praticare Capoiera con alcuni Maestri brasiliani a Parigi, nel 1989. Mi dicevano che la Capoeira è la trasformazione in danza di una antica forma di lotta africana, importata dagli schiavi, in quanto la pratica diretta era stata proibita. Gli ho chiesto se ci fosse ancora qualche momento di scontro fisico o di tecniche antiche messe fuorilegge. Mi dissero: si, ma solo quando pare a noi. Qui ne vediamo un esempio

Kickboxing.MMA Kumite stile Daoshi sparring esibizione benefica in teatro Natale 2011

Kickboxing.MMA Kumite stile Daoshi sparring esibizione benefica in teatro Natale 2011, Kickboxing Ferrara Italy

Maestro Daniele Trevisani Daoshi Sensei 8° Dan vs Daoshi Red Belt Nicola Ferrari, Campione Italiano Low-Kick light Iaksa

gruppi presenti kickboxing mma daoshi copparo argenta ferrara finale emilia cento mirabello

Film e irrealtà nelle scene di combattimento

Mi chiedo seriamente se chi produce film si chiede mai che effetti sta generando nei giovani che li guardano, o se persino questo gli possa interessare.

Molti video nei film come questo, o in Rocky, o Van Damme, Segal, e tantissimi altri film d’azione e di arti marziali, altri – pur di aumentare l’audience e far parlare di sè – mostrano scene irreali: es, in questo video, un soggetto che si rialza dopo aver preso un gancio a tutta potenza da un peso massimo, in pieno mento. E non una, ma due volte. Per chi ha qualche dimestichezza con le arti marziali e gli sport da ring, un gancio destro in pieno volto a piena potenza e senza che venga attutito da una qualsiasi guardia, preso da un peso massimo, genera un KO immediato, anche su un altro peso massimo.

In altri video, gente che si rialza dopo aver preso una sprangata in faccia con un tubo di metallo pieno (es, Die Hard, etc).

Nella realtà non ti rialzi neanche con una gru, e puoi morire.

Questi video sono pericolosi perchè i più giovani possono pensare che in strada potrebbero fare una rissa e cavarsela, mentre la realtà è che un colpo in una rissa o una caduta dove batti la schiena su uno spigolo possono farti morire o paralizzarti per tutta la vita, e che ogni colpo duro preso in punti vitali può farti danni enormi.

Altro che rialzarsi grazie alla voce del presunto Maestro di Arti Marziali di turno…

Per chi fa video, sarebbe ora di chiarire bene se si tratta di esibizioni, di fantascienza, coreografie, o di bugie spacciate per realtà.

Daniele Trevisani

Uno dei migliori combattimenti nella storia della Kickboxing K1 nel 2010

Uno dei migliori combattimenti nella storia della Kickboxing K1 nel 2010

Dimostrazione di preparazione, coraggio, forza, resistenza fisica e mentale, resistenza al dolore e alla fatica, ma anche rispetto e lealtà

Quanti sacrifici hanno fatto per arrivare a questa condizione fisica e mentale… lo sanno solo loro

Daoshi Training Video with Sensei Daniele Trevisani and Grand Master Alfonso de Vito

Daoshi Training Video with Sensei Daniele Trevisani and Grand Master Alfonso de Vito