Practice: Learn a practice where you follow a simple object (like your breath). The repeated returning to a focal point trains your attention.Practice: Let others talk about themselves. Listen and consider what might cause them pain.Practice: Take a few minutes and let your attention scan your whole body from toe to head. Go breathe fresh air.Practice: Sit quietly doing nothing for five minutes. Then as you contemplate the problem, imagine you're seeing it for the first time.Practice: Listen fully to a longer piece of music without doing anything else at all. This helps you appreciate rhythm, rather than trying to force things.
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Mindfulness Practices for Workplace Issues
From Huffington Post. Image created by Jeremy Hunter for Mindful magazine.