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Mindful speaking

Hopefully you’re familiar with the experience of talking to someone and having their full, undivided attention, of having someone really get what you are saying, understanding not just the words …

Using digital technology mindfully

One of the biggest challenges to doing one thing at a time is digital technology. We have always had the habit of getting distracted and worrying about things (in fact, …

Mindfulness in communication

Watch Craig discuss the role of mindfulness in communication, and provide some advice on what we can do to become better communicators. Find out more If mindfulness in communication is …

Mindful listening

Do you know that awkward moment when someone is speaking to you and you’re smiling and nodding and kind of following the thread but really thinking about what you are …

Advice about mindfulness

Before we get too far into the practice of mindfulness it is worth noting that although it has been demonstrated to be a very safe and effective intervention for a …

How to get the most out of this course

In this course we assume that you have completed the introductory course, Mindfulness for Wellbeing and Peak Performance, and/or have had some other experience of learning about and practising mindfulness. …

Mindful movement

Mindfulness doesn’t just mean sitting around with our eyes closed. We can practice it in any moment. An excellent way to do this is through movement. Mindful movement simply means …

Mindfulness in the home

What it means to be at home can be thought about in many different ways. It can mean finding a place of peace or sanctuary, a place to be oneself, …

A mindful moment meditation

If you are looking for further meditations and mindfulness content, the course team have created a series of ‘Mindful Moments.’ Presented by your lead educators Craig Hassed and Richard Chambers, …

Mindful eating

Eating, just like breathing, is something that we often take for granted. Think about the last thing you ate. Did you pay full attention to the taste, the texture, the …

Living in alignment with our goals

We all have values, whether we are aware of them or not. Some we inherit from our culture, our families, communities and the media. Others are unique to us. Values …

Acknowledgements

This course is made up of a range of materials and features contributions from a variety of resources. The educators would like to acknowledge the following people and organisations for …

Managing media reporting of tragic events

Vicarious stress is a normal response to repeated exposure and empathetic engagement when in the presence of stress that others are experiencing. When extreme and/or prolonged, such as continually witnessing …

Mindfulness for parents and teachers

Watch Craig provide an overview of how parents and teachers can apply mindfulness in their lives to better connect with children. Find out more To learn more about Clifford Nass …