Problem-solving with compassion You want to find a solution to your problem, but you don’t want to ignore your team’s opinions and feelings. It doesn’t mean taking responsibility for other people’s problems and solving them or pitying them. Compassion involves noticing others’ suffering, connecting to them cognitively and emotionally, and responding to them with support. … Continued
Oh yes, if there is something that I like – it’s sleeping. A nice time to be by myself, to recover and become everything that I want if I catch the right dream. And then, in the middle of some important action or I’m just flying around a bit… something happens at that exact moment, … Continued
I had to overcome my pride and to admit my environment and myself that I had set the bar too high. I remember this moment like it was yesterday. The feelings of I’m not good enough, I can’t do it… my pride collapsed. Until I shifted my beliefs; “If can’t make it as a student, … Continued
Mostly the answer to this question is: “Yes, great-busy”…but why are we not answering this question with a real response from our heart? Why is it so difficult to talk about our real feelings and about how we are doing? What’s happening at the moment? It’s so easy to communicate with all the social media but why do we not talk about the real deal and our true feeling?
Often people are talking about happiness and that we all want to be happy en enjoy our lives. Only how aware are you of your state of happiness, how satisfied are you at the moment, what is it that makes you happy, how does true happiness feels? In the last years, I use a straightforward … Continued
Sometimes there are things in life you just can’t avoid. There are certain moments, feelings and situations you have to go through whether you like it or not. Life happens and you can’t escape it, move around it, or ignore it. “The only way out is through.” It’s like a big pink elephant in the room we all try not to see, but we are all aware of its presence. It’s the same with unpleasant emotions and tough times in our lives.
Recently I was a guest speaker in one high-school on which I was supposed to introduce teaching Mindfulness. Since I usually teach about Mindfulness to youth who are familiar and motivated to learn about it and most of the time in small groups, I didn’t prepare anything special. I just do my usual talk and few simple exercises. After a few minutes, I’ve noticed that most of the class in which there were more than 30 pupils aged around 17, were completely unaware of my existence.
It may seem difficult to keep up with your meditation and mindfulness practice while traveling, but actually, it is a great opportunity to challenge yourself while you are out of your daily routines and comfort zone.