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Various Forms of Mindfulness Training and Practice

All of these practices, with the right attitude, can serve to enhance one’s

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leading to enhanced competencies on behalf of personal and interpersonal performance.

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You experiment and choose, largely based upon your intuition and good sense.

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What are you attracted to?

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Where can you find others who practice your preferred form of Mindfulness Training?

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It is within instructive relationships that new concepts are modeled and explained, and opportunities for practice with constructive feedback provided, to provide you the experience.

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This encourages and enhances the assimilation of new concepts and skills.

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If meditation is your interest, we highly recommend you check out Secrets to Meditation.

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The distinct requirements for the experience of “flow” also apply to the fruitful practice of mindfulness training.

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Key conditions include:

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    •    Rules, requiring the learning of skills.

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    •    Goals are pursued, requiring effort, for which performance feedback is available.

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    •    Personal control is possible, facilitating concentration.

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    •    Engagement is high, with an “ordered state of mind” that is highly enjoyable.

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    •    Flow goes beyond the boundaries of normal experience, to stretch one’s skills, reach awareness, etc.

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    •    A sense of discovery into a new reality of increased complexity of self.

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Flow — and Mindfulness Training — are highly satisfying.  People will seek to repeat the experience — if they can learn how.

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Remember that key to the practice of “mindfulness” is

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A. learning to relax, and

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B. engage in non-censored awareness and acceptance of all of one’s thoughts, feelings, and physical sensations,

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C. amidst alert detachment, as they arise into awareness.

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Our actions will be further optimized in the context of respectfully supportive others.

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> > Return to our Mindfulness Training introductory page.

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