Mindfulness

Work Toward Mindful Acceptance

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When a work or home situation isn’t what we’d like, we’d love to be able to respond in a careful and considered way, rather than react impulsively. And if it’s something that we can’t change, we must be able to just live with it. But how do we do these things without being resigned, or a push-over, or, on the other hand, too aggressively reactive? The answer comes from a mindfulness practice called acceptance.

In this course we’ll discover what that is and how it can provide us with a state of calm without necessarily needing for things to be different.


Expected outcomes

Définition de Defining mindful acceptance

Strategies for achieving acceptance

Smarter decisions, an ability to live with what cannot be changed, and a sense of calm and harmony


Developed by

Gill Hasson Mindfulness & Emotional intelligence

Gill
Hasson

  • Empathy and Emotional Intelligence
  • Mindfulness
  • Personal Wellbeing

Available languages

  • English
  • French
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Simplified Chinese
  • Dutch
  • Turkish

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