Why do we need self-compassion so much? (Part 1)

For a long time, self-compassion was an unloved word for me. I associated it with the act of “feeling sorry for me” – like “if feeling pity of myself” – and if I would felt sorry for me, others would also feel this sorry for me, and it all would make myself look like a […]

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The value of emotional intelligence in difficult times (part 2)

We understand Emotional intelligence (or EQ) as including self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management. Additionally, we practice mindfulness to train awareness as the foundation for all other EQ competencies. A sustain practice can get us these 5 benefits. increased calm and focus. managing emotions and making skillful decisions. increasing resilience. enhancing creativity and innovation. […]

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EQ in difficult times

The value of emotional intelligence in difficult times (part 1)

The world has fundamentally shifted with COVID-19 spreading around the globe. Everything has simultaneously slowed down and become more urgent and intense, especially at work. It is a new world and it is a more difficult world. It is a VUCA world, being “VUCA” a military concept that describes situations which are Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, […]

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The 9 Attitudes of Mindfulness

Although we usually simplify this “attitude” thing by describing “curiosity, kindness, and non-judgmentally” as the fundamental way of how we enter into relationship with ourselves and with those around us, it helps to go deeper and understand better. […]

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Training in attention, intention, and attitude.

Usually, mindfulness and meditation practitioners miss clarity about what is being taken care of in our inside experience and what is being trained inside our brain. This clarity is important because it helps to understand our practice from the roots, becoming a key learning which will later improve and direct the practice. Mindfulness and meditation […]

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Mindfulness: expectation vs reality

During these years when I have facilitated mindfulness programs and sessions, I heard something like this several times: “I can’t meditate. I’ve tried, but it’s not for me”. For many, the initial experience with Mindfulness practice (especially with meditation) is one of frustration and restlessness, which usually leads them to give up. Most of the […]

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What mindfulness is not

If you go back a few years ago (and not that many!), Mindfulness was a completely unknown concept for the majority of the population or was associated with something rare, strange and marginal. Nowadays, Mindfulness is the theme of several magazines cover (such as Time) and a huge number of books that fill bookstores. Also, […]

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Mindfulness Workplace

Can Mindfulness bring benefits to workplace?

“We live in VUCA times” is a phrase maybe you have already listened. This refers to the volatility, uncertainty, chaos and ambiguity brough to life by globalization and disruptive technologies in a constantly changing work market where communication is present 24 hours a day. A world where pressure for great results, high performance and multitasking […]

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Mindfulness Lettering

How to practice Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the ability to be deliberately present in the moment, aware of where we are, what we are doing, and who we are with. Observing what happens within us and around us with an attitude of curiosity, kindness and non-judgment. It is a basic human capacity available to everyone, but more easily accessible if […]

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What exactly is Mindfulness?

Over the last few years, the concept of Mindfulness has become better known, more studied and more widely publicized. This increase in notoriety certainly has the advantage of allowing many more people to know and practice, but on the other hand can also make it a vulgarized, unclear and often misunderstood concept. Within those who […]

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