"All learning has an emotional base." ~Plato
What if peace, patience and presence expressed action-oriented states of being? Dig (D.oing I.T G.ood) in and study the Units to ignite a change process from deep within. Each of the twenty two Units highlights the necessary framework for the development of sentient skills to cope with life's challenges. Sentient skills are a form of social intelligence that enrich our ability to feel and perceive subjective experiences based on attitudinal discretion. Chapters of study in a course called Life, Units are the conceptual building blocks for an I.ntuitive A.lignment M.ethod designed to expand consciousness and cultivate wisdom, compassion and grace. Following the guidelines of person-centered therapy, each unit includes themes of unconditional positive regard, genuineness and rapport building. The units are progressive by design and cover the following topics: Acknowledging, Witnessing, Defining, Conceptualizing, Clarifying, Patterning, Shaping, Shifting, Sensing, Transitioning, Interfacing, Synchronizing, Calibrating, Releasing, Realizing, Essentializing, Empathizing, Surrendering, Processing, Harmonizing and Authenticating. In the spirit of A.pplied N.eo Y.ogic A.wareness, Life as a parable; each day a new lesson, good decision making depends on sensory, verbal and nonverbal learning but most importantly, it requires real life practice. Each unit creates an interior classroom for the experiential art of L.istening A.ttentively, B.ow E.ach L.esson to engage and N.otice O.ne's W.hereabouts. In the words of one of the greatest electric guitarists in music history, Jimi Hendrix: "Knowledge speaks, but wisdom listens." Curriculum AUM agrees, and each Unit considers speaking, listening and good communication skills as instrumental players in the promotion of keen judgment and overall resilience.