Join Henna Inam for an in-depth discussion in this video Practice: Be resilient in failure, part of Mindfulness Practices.
- This practice will help you be resilient in failure. … Sit comfortably, spine straight, … Inhale through your nose, and exhale through the mouth. … Now, start to deepen your breath. … Breathe in, … Breathe out, … two, three, four. … In, two, three, four. … Continue to breathe normally. … Bring to mind a situation where you feel like you failed … and still feel the sting of this. … Notice, without any judgment, what thoughts come up for you. … You're noticing what thoughts the mind has … Does your mind go to blame? … Does it blame you? … Are there any stories the mind has … or whether others are trustworthy. … Just notice the lens through which your mind … is interpreting a failure. … You can choose to label it. … Is it disappointment? … Shame? … Anger? … Breathe into that space. … Create some spaciousness there. … As you continue to breathe deeply … while confronting a failure, … know that you're expanding your courage. … without avoiding it. … You may repeat with me this self-compassion offering. …
- 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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1. Lead Yourself
2. Lead Others
3. Lead in Challenging Times
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