The Benefits of Mindfulness in the Workplace
To truly become a more mindful workplace, you must cultivate a few key attitudes in your employees. Mindfulness is about being in the moment and focusing on what’s happening right now. It’s about cultivating acceptance and allowing things to unfold without trying to control everything. There are a few key attitudes that can help you and your employees embrace a more mindful work culture.
7 Mindful Attitudes for the Workplace
By cultivating these 7 essential attitudes, you can create a more mindful and productive workplace, where your employees can thrive and achieve their goals.
The Power of Letting Go in the Mindful Workplace: Seven Essential Attitudes Mindfulness is a state of awareness of the present moment, which can lead to greater peace and productivity…
Acceptance of difficult situations
“Mindful acceptance is not about accepting a bad situation, it is about accepting the feelings and suffering that can come from a bad situation and understanding that these sufferings are…
“Trying less and being more. Acceptance: Coming to terms with things as they are. Letting Go: Letting our experience be what it is. These are our instruction guidelines — to…
“The more you cultivate this attitude of trust in your own being, the easier you will find it will be to trust other people more and to see their basic…
“Get rid of the thoughts that strangle your mind. Eliminate the negative things you say to yourself based on past experience, or someone else’s opinion.” Since I also apply Mindfulness…
“Take a step back and calm yourself. Take a deep breath in and slowly breathe out as long as you can. Let go of any resentful thoughts. Remove yourself from…
“mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and without judgment.” We all have a tendency to judge things as good or bad. Our…
I’m still a Human 🙂
It happens to me that when people see me annoyed or angry, they say to me: “But you are a Mindfulness teacher!” Think that because of that I have no feelings of frustration or anger in my life, that people who practice Mindfulness live in someone’s eternal state of well-being. That’s not exactly the case.
It’s one of the misconceptions that is often associated with Mindfulness. In order to better understand the values of Mindfulness in general and the way of practicing the exercises within this practice, it is necessary that we are familiar with the 7 Mindfulness attitudes.
– Vesna Senior trainer and co-founder of Bujoo
It’s all interconnected
These are the basic postulates of our practice. If you want to fully embrace our values of mindfulness and develop your conscious attention as a leader, it’s important to nurture these attitudes.
They are interconnected and we cannot observe them separately from each other. Over time you will see how they complement each other and how by actually nurturing these attitudes in our meditation practice we actually nurture them in our relationships with others, life, and the compassionate relationship we build with others and ourselves.