Join Henna Inam for an in-depth discussion in this video Practice: Grow humility, part of Mindfulness Practices.
- This practice is to help you develop humility … and grow appreciation of others' contributions. … Find a quiet space and shut off any distractions. … Sit comfortably, spine straight, … shoulders relaxed, feet on the floor. … Close your eyes or soften your gaze. … Take three long, deep breaths, … counting to four as you inhale and as you exhale. … Let's start. … Inhale, two, three, four. … Exhale, two, three, four. … Inhale, two, three, four. … Exhale, two, three, four. … Inhale, two, three, four. … Exhale, two, three, four. … Continue to breathe normally. … Now bring to mind what has gone right in the last 24 hours. … Perhaps you made progress on a work project. … As you take a breath, … bring to mind the people who may have contributed. … How did they help? … As you visualize them, … you can name them if you want and say a silent thank you. … You may think about the last meal you had. … There were likely many people who contributed, … perhaps those working in the grocery store … or the restaurant where you ate. …
- 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
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