Magpies have the reputation for collecting bright shiny objects. Knowing what is important to you in life, what you value and what shines out and attracts you is an essential part of living a life that you love.
Magpies are considered to be one of the most intelligent animals. As well as their ability to problem solve, plan and use tools, they also demonstrate social and emotional intelligence in elaborate social rituals, including the apparent expression of grief. Changing your life often requires the understanding, development and use of different kinds of intelligence...
An obscure old English fairytale tells of how the other birds came to the magpie to ask her to teach them how to build their nests. Each bird listened to part of what the magpie taught, heard what they needed and then flew off, which is why all the birds make their nests differently. It is a good reminder that in the end, the client knows what they need and the coach’s role is to help them find it!
The Magpie is one of the few creatures, and the only bird, which has demonstrated
Magpies are very easy birds to spot with their black and white plumage. But if you take time to look at them closely, they are not so black and white but include iridescent greens and blues in their plumage. Similarly, on closer investigation many issues that at first seem to be black and white can contain other possibilities....
Magpies are connected with foretelling the future as in the traditional
children's rhyme “one for sorrow, two for joy...” Coaching is also focused on starting in the here and now and creating a new future…
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