Introduction to Mindfulness – Lesson 07

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MINDFULNESS - Equanimity

Welcome to lesson 7 of the Introduction to Mindfulness course.

Today, we're going to talk about equanimity.

Essentially, equanimity is the ability to maintain your calm or maintain your inner peace, regardless of what's going on in the world around you.

So, whether the environment is noisy and chaotic, or whether you're going through some frustrating experience, the ability to stay calm, to maintain that inner peace, to not react with frustration, anger or hatred, but just keeping that in balance... this is equanimity.

And this is what we’re going to practice today.

Today’s lesson will take 18 minutes. Make sure you will not be disturbed, and...
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Please take a moment and let me know, in a comment below,
what was your experience during the practice, and if you have any question.

I love to hear from you, and I respond to every comment...

  • Hanny Schouten says:

    Thank you Vered for this nice and quiet time for myself, this is needed for everyday. I love it ?.

  • Marjolein Etten says:

    This was a great exercise and definitely something I need more in my life. I will implement it in daily life. Thanks!

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great to hear this Marjolein. Would love to hear how it goes

      • Marjolein Etten says:

        Yesterday was such a chaotic day. I was doing my administration, while the husband was sorting out his books. They were all over the place, furniture was moving around and the toddler was asking for my attention too.

        I remembered the lesson and thought to myself: ‘Ah, right now, it is like this.’ And although I still didn’t like it, I didn’t feel as much stress as I normally would have!

        • Vered Neta says:

          Great way of implementing the lesson… WAY TO GO… make sure you acknowledge yourself for it. Let me know how you did that…

  • Janna van Schijndel says:

    This is a very helpful lesson to me: Learning how to be in the present moment.
    There is what is right now. Nothing else. No dreams, no past, NOW. Balanced. Thank you, Vered

    • Vered Neta says:

      Great to hear this Janna.

      Curious to know how it affects your life when you implement it into your daily life?

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