“Reaching something that is beyond all limitations”. This is roughly how the Sanskrit word Pāramitā can be translated. In the world of Buddhism, Pāramitā is used to describe the virtues that lead to the other (para) shore (mita) of wisdom. In precisely this spirit, we in PARAMITA PARTNERS consider that we have been called to make people and companies more successful, clearer, more focused and ultimately happier. Lived practice of these universal values enables genuine transformation as we need it for business, society and the world of today.
Work In & Work Out: PARAMITA PARTNERS accompanies you along the path of personal and professional growth with a unique combination of well-founded management knowledge, fitting coaching tools as well as intensive mental and physical training. The portfolio ranges from business consulting and executive coaching through to meditation, yoga and self-experience. We inspire managers and employees through exciting, motivating presentations, develop managers in customized Leadership Development Programs, or go into even greater depth with intensive retreats and workshops from our unique MIND MOVEMENT MASTERY portfolio. And don’t worry: everything is esoteric-free, and based on the knowledge of modern neuroscience and our substantial experience in business and top management. The integral development of people and company – that is our calling, that is what we believe in and what we do.
THE 6 PARAMITA VIRTUES
The Paramita virtues form an orientation framework for thinking and acting. They illustrate a way to achieve greater clarity and happiness, greater balance and pleasure, as well as emotional and mental health. With the right training every person can develop and cultivate these skills.
The virtue of generosity comprises unlimited openness of heart and mind, compassion and selfless beneficence. It is a quality of a developed heart, always aimed at the well-being of others, whilst being free from judgments and expectations.
The virtue of ethical conduct is manifested through honest behavior, personal integrity, morals and self-discipline. It is expressed in the daily lifestyle, in the deep respect for others, as well as in compassion and non-violence of thought, word and deed.
The virtue of patience comprises calmness, tolerance and acceptance. With it we develop an inner strength of mind and heart that enables us to deal with the challenges of life calmly and full of confidence, without losing our composure and inner calm.
The virtue of enthusiastic perseverance is characterized by the qualities of energy, diligence, persistence and continuous effort. With this virtue we develop courage, energy and endurance, so as to be able to pursue our path and our goals to the benefit of all beings.
The virtue of concentration is manifested in the qualities of meditation, contemplation, mindfulness and mental stability. The ability to concentrate stabilizes our mind and our emotions. We achieve inner clarity and develop insights in order to dismantle our habitual deceptions and attachments.
The virtue of wisdom comprises maximum insight and complete understanding, free from all limitations created by concepts, opinions or pure intellectual knowledge. If we develop this virtue, we see the fundamental nature of reality with extreme clarity, freed from the cloudiness of the illusions of our mind.