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Emotional Intelligence Traits in a Time of Crisis

Covid-19 presents the ultimate test across industries and geographies as almost every organization is experiencing unprecedented challenges. Mental and emotional stamina, courage and compassion are the tools to navigate all this uncertainty. Emotional intelligence is essential for communities impacted by crises. Think of Emotional Intelligence (EI) as your internal toolkit, a collection of faculties you […]

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Wild Geese

Wild Geese, by Mary Oliver

“ You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees for a hundred miles through the desert repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine. Meanwhile the world goes […]

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SIY online for Peace Builders | Myanmar| Dec 2020

First SIY program in Myanmar successfully ended after 6 weeks! Such a joy to give the gift of mindfulness and Emotional Intelligence to this beautiful group of peacebuilders in Myanmar, a country torn by violence for over 70 years. May this help create change agents that would spread peace and harmony to this nation! A […]

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self-compassion

Why do we need self-compassion so much? (Part 2)

Self-compassion helps us to look at what is in us, with acceptance and kindness. Kristin Neff, one leading researcher in this field and creator of the Mindfulness Self Compassion program (also knows an MSC), defines self-compassion as three steps process: Mindfulness: the awareness of what we are and what we experience. The ability to observe […]

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The guest house, by Jellaludin Rumi

“ This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor. Welcome and entertain them all! Even if they’re a crowd of sorrows, who violently sweep your house empty of its furniture, still, treat each guest honorably. He may […]

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self-compassion

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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