Join Henna Inam for an in-depth discussion in this video Practice: Cultivate joy, part of Mindfulness Practices.
to have greater well being and creativity. … Sit comfortably, relaxing your shoulders, … your feet on the floor. … Start to become aware … Become present to how it feels. … Take two or three more deep breaths. … (breathes) … Now, bring to mind a time when you felt joy. … Happy, content. … Fully experience that time again. … Engaging it with all of your senses. … What were you doing? … How did it feel? … Were there any sights or sounds that you remember? … Perhaps you were engaged in a favorite activity or hobby. … Or maybe you were with people you felt connected with. … As you remember this time, … notice what is happening in your body. … You may feel more relaxed, … be breathing deeper. … where you feel joy. … bring to mind a memory of a friend or a loved one, … a young child, or even a pet experiencing joy. … Perhaps you have memories of their laughter or play. … Notice the feeling their joy brings up in you. … You can try saying, may I grow joy and contentment. … Take a deep breath and savor this feeling of joy. …
- Releasing stress
- Improving focus and creativity
- Finding meaning
- Cultivating joy
- Collaborating with difficult people
- Preparing for challenging conversations
- Being resilient after failure
- Facing fear
- Successfully handling change and crisis
Skill Level Beginner
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