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Renegade IT Consultants | MindfulPlayUK

Mindful Coaching and Facilitation Consultants

We Understand Knowledge Management. We Practice Mindfulness. We Play Seriously.

Our Ethical Code of Practice

An ethical code of practice is a set of guidelines that outlines the expected behavior of professionals in a particular field. It's like a roadmap for ethical decision-making, helping individuals navigate complex situations and uphold the highest standards of their profession.

Our code of ethics is derived from all our learning in the fields of Reiki, Mindfulness, LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY®, Shamanism and Coaching. All of which have been journeys of empowerment.

Just for today...

  1. I am free from anger. I am free from worry. I am humble. I am honest and I am compassionate towards myself and others.
  2. I will be impeccable with my word. I won’t take anything personally. I won’t make assumptions. I will always do my best.
  3. I will pause. I will take a breath. I will tune into my body. I will observe non-judgementally. I will have a beginners’ mind.
  4. I will practice mindfulness, common humanity, and self-kindness.
  5. I will accept myself just as I am, and I will accept others just as they are.
  6. I do not have the answer, the answer is inside each one of us. I will ensure that everyone has a voice and that everyone is equal.
  7. I will allow other people the space to speak and express themselves, ensuring mutual respect and observing what is said and what is not said.
  8. I will not interpret or analyse any experience as there is no right, just as there is no wrong.
  9. I will be process orientated yet attentive to the needs of the participants.

  10. I will follow Mun Wah Lee’s ten objectives for Mindful Facilitation:
    • Observing what is said and what is not said.
    • Noticing the intent and impact on all communications.
    • Understanding how the impact of our life experiences can affect our attitudes and behaviours.
    • Learning how to listen and to respond effectively and compassionately.
    • Becoming aware of the effect of culture on relationships.
    • Replacing adversarial and defensive statements with mindful responses of observation and inquiry.
    • Making use of non-verbal communications.
    • Creating community within groups.
    • Experiencing and viewing anger as an intimate experience and conflict as an opportunity.
    • Beginning, through observation and inquiry, at each participant’s current state of mind and level of awareness.

  11. When working with someone, I will listen for the Mun Wah Lee’s Five BLUES:
    • Begin where they are, not where you want them to be.
    • Learn what they have gone through to get to this room.
    • Understand how their past affects who they are today.
    • Emotionally relate to how they are feeling. Nourish a relationship.
    • Stay in the room, even if you are scared, or feeling angry, or hurt. Be present.

  12. I pledge to work in partnership with my allies and follow their guidance.
  13. I will do my best to pursue and maintain personal spiritual development in order to live and practice with integrity.
  14. I will do my best to be aware of how I communicate with clients with the intention to plant seeds of healing, love and compassion.
  15. I pledge to uphold the principal of confidentiality regarding personal details of clients.
  16. I will do my best to encourage clients to actively take part in their healing process (Empowerment).
  17. I will do my best to avoid any form of dependency between the client and myself as the practitioner (Disempowerment).
  18. I pledge to attend also to those that are not able to afford the fees.
  19. I will do my best to appropriately create, hold, and close a sacred healing space.
  20. I will do my best to enjoy every moment of this work.