A four minute tutorial on what mindfulness meditation is and how to do it.
Mindfulness is the capacity to be objectively aware of anything and everything that is arising in and around you. Here is a 4 minute video clip that speaks to the benefits of mindfulness and the paradox of being fully engaged - responsive rather than reactive.
Everyone is mindful to some degree at least some of the time.
Meditation strengthens your mindfulness.
Meditation does not require much time, only the effort to remember to bring mindfulness to the moment.
Here is a three minute video on how to meditate at your desk.
Mindfully bring the mind to the present moment.
Mindful awareness day to day, moment to moment.
Here is a three minute video on how to bring mindfulness to your time when walking about.
Be ready for anything.
In this interview on Calm and Connected conducted by Brian Simmons, George Pitagorsky provides insight into how, in the midst of a pandemic, to manage work, life and the complexities of emotions like fear, sadness, anger, and anxiety by being present and effective moment to moment, day to day. George leads a guided body energy awareness meditation and describes mindfulness as a moment to moment practice.
He reflects on the Zen approach to project management, a method that encourages mindful awareness and focus when working on projects and daily tasks. George responds to questions and comments from an audience of students, teachers and administrators, particularly focused on the ability to manage and perform well in the midst of radical change, uncertainty and working remotely. The questions and responses are relevant for anyone interested in bringing mindful awareness to working from home.
Life can be challenging, but when confronted with uncertainty, it is necessary to be responsive as opposed to reactive in order to perform/live optimally. Remember:
All of this will lead you to effective action
"Just Keep Breathing" by Christian de la Huerta
Video by Soulful Power
Let yourself relax and be inspired on this meditative journey with Christian de la Huerta. This is a tale of two pandemics: one that requires that we distance from one another in order to prevent its spread and the other that requires we unite in order to prevent its spread.