Join Henna Inam for an in-depth discussion in this video Practice: Stay grounded in change, part of Mindfulness Practices.
- This mindfulness practice is to help you … become aware of your response to change … and evolve your relationship with change and ambiguity. … Find a quiet space. … Shut off any distractions. … Inhale through your nose. … Exhale through the mouth. … Now let's start to deepen your breath. … Breathe in, … two, three, four. … Breathe out, … two, three, four. … Breathe in, … two, three, four. … Breathe out, … two, three, four. … Now bring to mind a situation you're faced with … where there's a change around you … and it impacts you personally. … Perhaps it's creating worry. … Notice the thoughts the mind has about the situation. … You can choose to label them. … It could be worry or doubt … or judgment of others. … We're trying to observe the mind's reaction … to situations where there's change and ambiguity. … Now remember a time when you were successful … in handling change or ambiguity, … perhaps a new school, a job, or even a move. … If no memory comes to mind, … see if you can recall how you've navigated …
- 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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Managing Stress for Positive Changewith Heidi Hanna57m 59s Intermediate
1. Lead Yourself
2. Lead Others
3. Lead in Challenging Times
Stay with your practice1m 32s
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