Transformation in business & society
Gita Bellin has long been acknowledged as one of the pioneers of the Transformation Revolution in Human Behaviour, within a wide range of public and corporate sectors. Her contribution to the knowledge of Cultural Transformation and Spiritual Awareness within all areas of human life has emerged globally over the past five decades.
Gita has spent over 50 years studying and teaching the knowledge and philosophies of Eastern and Western disciplines, behavioural and spiritual.
She has developed Consultants and Facilitators to deliver Cultural and Behavioural Transformation Programs to clients worldwide. Her work is now offered on all continents in many languages.
Gita was an advisor, coach and facilitator with McKinsey & Company who drew on her 50 years’ experience and used her work for their research initiative into Mindsets and Capability Transformation Programs.
Gita’s main premise is that the Personal Transformation of those who work within an Organisation, a Community, or a Society, creates the energy for the group’s culture to transform. Her message is that Transformation is a Paradigm Shift of Consciousness, a Metamorphosis. An event that can never return to past history. It is a Shift in Root Perspective.
By teaching a combination of interpersonal skills, mindfulness, focused attention and other Behavioural Transformation Skills for Personal Mastery, the desire for authenticity, dignity and real human connection within individuals in any given group is achieved.
The work of Gita Bellin has as its premise that Transformation Programs produce growth changes that emerge from a source deep within the innate structure of the individual. Just as the fern unfolds into its fullness, a human being is capable of this same process of re-creation into an expansive, integrative, evolved life force, having the same symmetry, beauty, balance, delicacy and strength as the fern.
Ferns are universally loved as a symbol of unfolding growth. How many of us have a fern in a pot in our home, grow them in our gardens, walk through them in the undergrowth of forests. Ferns are different from most plants because they do not have a true leaf. They do not have flowers or seeds. They are structured so they continue on. Ferns attract much ancient folklore since they are so ancient. Ferns have been found in fossils from as long as 360 million years ago.
Ferns symbolise sincerity towards others. The fern is also considered a symbol of fascination, confidence, discretion, reverie and the secret bond of love. The fern is known to represent Ancient Knowledge. When a fern is given as a gift it symbolises hope, happiness, shelter, luck, wealth and protection. The unfolding of the life force of the individual frond from a tight ball of potential fullness to the final opening into perfect symmetry brings beauty, balance, delicacy and strength into form.