Mindfulness


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Creating a New Mind to Think about New Ways of Being

Mindfulness is about putting down our juggling balls for a little bit. It’s about embracing the beauty of monotasking. Paying attention in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment and nonjudgmentally. Mindfulness practice can shrink the brain’s jumpy “fight or flight” center, the amygdale. Accepting things without strongly attaching to them is a major stress-busting technique.

Consistency in mindfulness matters more than all-or-nothing, built-to-fail extremes. It’s a lifelong project. We need to experience emotion that is appropriate in the situation but then not have it bleed over into the next. Just like every time you do a rep is strengthens a muscle so every time you bring your mind back, the stronger it gets, the more focused.

  • In exploratory mode we’re open to new experiences and have a desire to learn.
  • In exploitatory function, we tend to rely on existing on existing knowledge and lean toward predictable situations.

True Self

Living according to your true self means seeing yourself for who you really are based on your sincere striving to embody the values and achieve the goals you truly believe in.

It includes approaching yourself, your true emotions and needs, from a loving, caring, nurturing perspective that is consistent with how your loving inner guise (Wise Advocate) sees you.

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