I have 2 discussion post in this. I don’t want anything lengthy
DISCUSSION POST 1
the link above will make you listen to the talk and use that to answer the questions. This week, remind yourself to open fully to moments without imposing your predictions. See what you notice. Then, consider that awareness as you make decisions about what to do/how to behave in those moments. Share some of your observations with us in your discussion board post: What did you notice? Did anything surprise you? Were your predictions accurate? Did this approach to the situation influence how you behaved or how you acted?
2. Does what you noticed relate to any of the key terms in mindfulness we discussed this week (see below). If so, explain.
Focused attention: notice when our mind wanders, bring it back
Nonjudgment: don’t judge ourselves for having a wandering mind. That’s a valuable skill: too often we make a mistake and then get bogged down by being too critical of ourselves
Acceptance: accept that our mind wandered. Practice for accepting other things in life and moving on.
Resilience: overcoming experiences when things don’t go the way we wanted them to. We didn’t want our mind to wander, but it did. We accept that and “start again.”
Nonattachment: peaceful moments during meditation are sometimes followed by disturbing thoughts—rather than trying to get back to those peaceful moments, the instructions are to be present with our current experience, not attached to something that is no longer present
Notice and let it go: notice you’re caught up in thought, let it go: don’t deny it or try to push it away—just don’t pursue it (easier said than done sometimes)
Sit with discomfort: you might want to feel bliss, but you’re feeling angry, agitated…that’s an opportunity to “sit with discomfort”
DISCUSSION POST 2
I uploaded the meditation file. use that to answer the the question.
Respond to Reading: “Meditating at Work” download : what stood out to you and why? What, if anything, could you relate to? Other observations?
Note: the following study relates to the article above: Emotional Exhaustion and Job Satisfaction-1.pdf. download The researchers found mindfulness training reduced emotional exhaustion that can come about as a result of “surface acting” at work. Please fee free to review this study and comment in your posts.
For more information on Emotional Exhaustion and Job Satisfaction read this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotional_exhaustion
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