This meditation covers one of the cornerstones of mindfulness practice - non-judgemental awareness.
Our instincts are to judge, analyse, connect the dots, and constantly solve problems. Unfortunately, this doesn’t help us through challenging times - when there is too much to do, and we feel the weight of our emotions.
Moreover - the personal and leadership challenge is to get clarity and perspective on a situation, not to reactively act and feel overwhelmed. One of the ways mindfulness helps us do this is by becoming more of an observer - through practising non-judgemental awareness. Listen below to learn more and hear about Prashant’s experiences in building his mindful habits in this area.
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