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“Take one pistachio and place it in your hand. Now imagine you have no idea what a pistachio is and this is the first time you've seen one” asked Sports Psychologist, Michael Inglis, as he guided us through the technique of noticing.
For two minutes we had the absolute freedom to switch off and just appreciate whatever was around us.
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Fortunately there are ways to navigate changes so that you can not only get through them, but emerge the other side stronger than before.
Although most are aware of our brain’s complexities, many of us struggle to identify when we’re not getting the most out of them.
Although a simple concept, emerging research shows that the effects of practicing mindfulness can be incredibly powerful.
Recently I have been reading a book called Daring Greatly by Brene Brown, US researcher on vulnerability, shame and wholehearted living.