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Mindfulness – Episode 7
Mindfulness: How it can help to deal with self-criticism or other negative feelings? Feelings of unworthiness, shame, and self-hatred seem to show up all too often in daily life – we see it in our work, our families, and maybe even experience it ourselves. How have you used mindfulness – in your work or in your life – to deal with self-criticism or other negative feelings? With Mindfulness we can start to heal a negative self-image and love ourselves. ________________________________________________________________ Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally. We often treat thoughts as if they are facts. For example: “I am no good at this,” “He’s is a jerk,” “Nobody understands me,” “I am brilliant,” etc. When we have a thought many times it can condense into a belief. A belief is just a thought or thoughts that we have a lot of the time. Beliefs can then be taken as facts. For example: “The world is flat” – enough people had that thought often enough for it to be assumed to be a fact for centuries! When we start to pay attention to our thoughts, then we start to think about thinking and we move away from believing that the thought is a fact. Sometimes it is easier to understand something in terms of what it is not. Here are some examples of mindLESSness: Breaking things, spilling things, clumsiness, accidents because of carelessness, inattention or thinking about something else. Failing to notice subtle or not-so-subtle feelings of physical discomfort, pain, tension etc. Having periods of time where you have difficulty remembering the details of what happened – running on autopilot. Doing several things at once rather than focussing on one thing at a time. Why would anyone hate themselves? Within our culture there is a level of self-criticism, self-judgment, self-hatred that seems to show itself as soon as people become quiet and try to do the inner work of the heart. This tends to make us feel when we have had some sort of trauma, that there is something wrong with me. There’s shame, there’s guilt, there’s unworthiness which then becomes the default mode for many.
Mindfulness in Loving kindness becomes the healing blocks for the body and self.
Replays: Pathways to the Light – Mandy Horton
Mandy truly is a spark of magic.