Mindfulness
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Mindfulness Skills: Interdependence
Doing something with others. This is important because when we are older we have to work well with all different types of people. Understanding that we all share the space and are connected.
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Mindfulness Skills: Reflection
Is a very important skill because it allows us to look at something we have done and gives us a second chance for example; My dad was once shouting down the phone and I shouted “Stop shouting.” I reflected on this in the afternoon and realised that it wasn’t a very good idea to shout myself.
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Mindfulness Skills: Listening
Listening and not talking. This skill is important because it helps me learn from other people’s ideas. It also helps me understand other people’s opinions & points of view.
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Mindfulness Skills: Collaboration
This is when we work hard as a class to achieve something. This is an important skill because if we work well together we can achieve more.
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Mindfulness Skills: Empathy
Trying to know how someone else is feeling. This skill is important because how I react to someone can make that person feel happier.
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Mindfulness Skills: Present Moment
Focusing on what is happening now. It is an important skill because if you don’t focus on the here and now you can be confused or you can miss out on what is happening in the now.
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Mindfulness Skills: Managing Distractions
Ignoring chats when you’re supposed to is one aspect of managing distractions. It’s when you try to put a stop to anything that might cause you to stop learning. It’s an important skill to practice because it helps you learn better. (For example if someone is doing funny faces try and ignore them. Try focusing your mind on your own work).
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Are you beginning to understand how acts of kindness are beneficial to both the giver and receiver.
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Do you have a better understanding of how your thoughts, actions, speech affect your relationships with others?
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Do you understand yourself more fully and has this understanding given you more control over your thoughts and emotions?
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Short Answer: Give an example of how meditation practice has helped you deal with a difficult aspect of your personality or life.
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