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Mindfulness: Top Ten Conflict Tips

One of the underlying principles of this blog is that conflict should be handled mindfully: being aware of our thoughts and reflecting on them, and attending to the conflicts within ourselves, as well as those in the outside world. Recently … Continue reading

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Mindfulness Bumper Sticker

So much of our inability to handle conflict is linked to our inability to be present, to be in the situation and really understand it and really accurately read the other person we are in conflict with. We are also … Continue reading

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Worries?

Well I have always liked the Serenity Prayer, and I do like process discipline and associated algorithms, so I loved Mindfulness Ireland’s diagram version of the Serenity Prayer and the worries that plague us. Thanks to my fellow blogger Natasa … Continue reading

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