This past week I had so much fun creating a series of Facebook live videos where I answered the question, "What does it take to practice mindfulness?"
This is such an important topic to me and I love to support people as the learn simple, easy-to-access skills to engage more fully, live more deeply and connect more authentically to themselves and the world around them.
Mindfulness can be an everyday practice - something we do throughout our day in small ways that can lead to big change. These skills take commitment and patience, but they're actually quite simple and completely doable within your daily life.
Everyone can practice mindfulness!
Below you'll find the entire Facebook live video series. Day One is an introduction to the concept of mindfulness and the subsequent videos outline the 6 mindfulness practices offered through the Personal Leadership model.
Heads-up: If the videos are muted when you click on them, simply right click to unmute.
If you'd like to learn more about what you see here and get support in putting these skills to work in your own life, here are some ways we can work together:
- My one-on-one 12-week program Finding Your Way: Everyday Mindfulness for Critical Moments is currently in the beta-testing phase. Early Bird Registration begins February 1, 2018.
- Combined coaching and facilitation programs in Mindfulness and Personal Leadership for businesses, non-profits and schools.
- Individual Coaching - Mindfulness provides a significant framework for my one-on-one coaching programs. Learn more about my life coaching services for expats and individuals in transition here. I am currently accepting new clients for February and March 2018.
Day One: What does it take to practice mindfulness? Intro.
A couple of notes for this video: Here is the book I mention - 10% Happier by Dan Harris (ooops, I say Dan Brown in the video). Also, this video cuts a bit short - apologies, but nothing missed other than me signing off.
Day Two: Attending to Judgment
Be sure to check out the book Personal Leadership: Making a World of Difference.
Day Three: Attending to Emotion
This is the resource I mention for expanding your emotional vocabulary.
Day Four: Attending to Physical Sensation
Day Five: Cultivating Stillness
Day Six: Engaging Ambiguity
Day Seven: Aligning with Vision