Why Should We Be Mindful At Work?

Mindful At Work

Because we want to survive and then thrive in a Job in today’s world

Things that you will face at your work

  1. Competition
  2. Criticism
  3. Complex Communication
  4. Control

Creating Mindful Workspace

Mindfulness work provides a progression though the essential areas of mindful attention and investigation, including breath, body, feeling tone, emotion, thought, and open awareness.

Mindfulness experienced in this way integrates education about the process and also adds Mindfulness tools in everyday lives of the participants. Mindfulness is not an exercise. It is how you live.

Mindful At Work

It’s estimated that 95% of our behavior runs on autopilot. That’s because neural networks underlie all of our habits, reducing our millions of sensory inputs per second into manageable shortcuts so we can function in this crazy world. These default brain signals are so efficient that they often cause us to relapse into old behaviors before we remember what we meant to do instead.

Mindfulness is the exact opposite of these default processes. It’s executive control rather than autopilot and enables intentional actions, willpower, and decisions. But that takes practice. The more we activate the intentional brain, the stronger it gets.

How to Make Mindfulness a Habit

Mindfulness for Stress Release

Stress is how we react when we feel under pressure or threatened. It usually happens when we are in a situation that we don’t feel we can manage or control. When we experience stress, it can be as An individual, for example when you have lots of responsibilities that you are struggling to manage.

How many of you saw yourself with a Pile of Books, Chores, and Bills that need to be paid?

How many times do they worry about Not being able to take care of these responsibilities?

Releasing stress on regular intervals

Mindfulness for handling negative emotions frequent and automated process

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Mindfulness for Sleeping well

The practice of Mindfulness, designed with a focus on sleep, provides an opportunity to create the mental space needed to allow sleep to come back. Mindfulness meditation may be effectively combined with other strategies to change behaviors that might be causing your ongoing poor sleep

Mindfulness for Physical Pain management

Pain is an unpleasant experience. We’ve all experienced it and it can affect us way beyond the physical plane. In fact, when a disease becomes chronic, anxiety, depression, anguish, and hopelessness appear.

Mindfulness-based interventions are known as third-generation therapies. They seek to promote and develop the psychological ability of mindfulness, either in a specific way (state) or as a stable trait in the individual.

How Meditation Can Help

Meditation is a wonderful way to tame this monkey mind, or overactive mind. But it can be intimidating because of many misconceptions—you have to sit a certain way, wear a certain thing, think of nothing or block all emotion from your mind.

None of this is true!

You can meditate anywhere, at any time, for any length of time.

Your mind does NOT need to be free from thought.

On the contrary, your monkey mind is completely natural 😃.

Often in the very first moments of meditation, your thoughts run rampant.

Emotions wash over you… Anxieties creep in.

This is actually a good thing because this means your mind is clear and calm.

Also read: Mind is clear and calm

Mindful At Work

Why Learn to Meditate?

Here are five reasons to meditate:

  1. Understanding your pain
  2. Lower your stress
  3. Connect better
  4. Improve focus
  5. Reduce brain chatter

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