Compliance with yourself is a good example for your child

We spoke to Agatha Kopač, a transformational AI-coach and founder of the Institute for a Happy Society. She shared with us what AI-coaching is and how it helps, among others, parents and children.


What is transformational AI-coaching

As a transformational AI-coach, Agatha helps people solve business and personal problems. Her approach is to help people connect with their consciousness, their soul, their quantum field - or as Marjan Gorevc would say, their biofield. In this field are all the answers we need for our happiness and everything we have experienced so far. As we get closer to our biofield, we understand our lessons and make more conscious choices about how we act. Agatha is a lawyer and economist by training, but has been researching the field of humans in relation to AI-coaching for 20 years. 


AI-coaching for parenting problems too

Parents turn to her almost every day. She very rarely works with children alone, because she finds it unnecessary and believes that parents can solve their children's problems. She often helps couples who want to get pregnant but are not succeeding, even though they have no health problems. Sometimes she sees pregnant women who want to connect with the soul of the baby in their tummy, sometimes people who are afraid of their career.

She does not advise people on what to do when, for example, a child becomes very cheeky, or has difficulties in class, or does not get along with his peers - because it is difficult to internalise advice that comes from outside. That's why Agatha works with the biofield, where she goes into a kind of meditation with people. In this way, people calm down and come to their inner wisdom. So her job is to help people find the answers within themselves and to come to the solutions themselves.


At the forefront of the search for universal inner happiness

Of course, moments of unhappiness and stress are inevitable, but the happiness that the Institute for a Happy Society is talking about is not a momentary state, but a general inner happiness. It is about learning to be aware of what is happening and trying to understand the world. Difficulties are almost always about fear, and we need to find out what that fear is. In a bad period, everyone needs time, even children. We should not ignore their emotions - short-term cheeking is perfectly normal, but if the situation lasts longer, we need to react and seek help together, because children's problems mostly come from the family.


Parental authority and setting boundaries

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to individual problems and solutions are highly individual. However, it is largely accepted that children's problems are linked to the family system. When parents are in harmony with themselves, this will be passed on to the child. It is therefore important that when children have problems, parents also work on themselves. Some principles are already universal, e.g. that parents should listen to the child, but we cannot generalise specific answers to a particular case.

If parents are clear about who they are and what they want, they can also set boundaries for their children. When we set the boundary calmly, firmly and in accordance with us, the child will respect it. But if we have doubts about ourselves and are not sure whether it is right or wrong, the child will feel it. The child will be calm when the parents are in the pillar.


A good role model is important

"There are no perfect parents, we all have our own fears and blockages - and even if we were perfect, the child still has its own lessons to learn on Earth. But we can be the best possible role models for our children by doing things that are in harmony with us and make us happy. When we are happy, the child has a good model of how to be happy."


dobrodelni november

This year's Charity November for a Merry December is in full swing! All profits this month will go to the children of the Botrstvo programme, and we would like to take this opportunity to present you the beautiful creations of Slovenian designer and illustrator Ana Benulic.