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What mindfulness-related topic are you interested in learning more about?

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This week's question asks:

What mindfulness-related topic are you interested in learning more about?

What topics related to mindfulness would you like more insight on? Let us know and let's share our experiences, insights, and recommended resources with one another.

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Hey Gillian,

Here's a good one:

How would you know someone may be having a meltdown in front of you eyes & what is the best way to handle that?

As a previous LCSW, I would know individually & Professionally,  how to handle that, however as Teachers, what can we do to manage that type of situation? 

Let's say they are having PTSD issues from the past...sounds like I need to check in with David Treleavens group again...here David's Webinar:

                                                           https://davidtreleaven.com/webinar/

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On 7/2/2021 at 7:00 PM, finestcoaching524@gmail.com said:

Hey Gillian,

Here's a good one:

How would you know someone may be having a meltdown in front of you eyes & what is the best way to handle that?

As a previous LCSW, I would know individually & Professionally,  how to handle that, however as Teachers, what can we do to manage that type of situation? 

Let's say they are having PTSD issues from the past...sounds like I need to check in with David Treleavens group again...here David's Webinar:

                                                           https://davidtreleaven.com/webinar/

Hey Rick,

Great topic to bring up. I'm not an expert on this subject but thought I'd point you to an article on the Mindfulness Exercises blog that outlines some of the signs that trauma is rising - and here's another link to David Treleaven talking more about it (plus some tips on how to navigate it):

https://mindfulnessexercises.com/10-resources-for-how-to-teach-trauma-sensitive-mindfulness/

https://www.mindfulleader.org/blog/26483-what-s-trauma-sensitive-mindfulness

 

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15 hours ago, Tarwe Hrossdottir said:

Hello Gillian:

Compassion for me is very intrincated and complex thing. I know it is simple, but I want to understand better how to manage compassion with injustice, bad and cruel people, or people that doesn't follow the laws or doesn't even care about compassion 🙂

Hi Tarwe,

Another great subject! In fact, some of this was brought up in last week's group call with Sean. You can watch the replay here (the discussion around mindfulness for suffering and injustice begins at 59:52 and goes on for quite some time. You can see the timestamps for more specific topics covered) - https://teach.mindfulnessexercises.com/06-30-21-sean-fargo-on-suffering/

Somewhere during this talk, Sean mentions Sharon Salzberg's book 'Real Change' - could be something you're interested in! https://www.sharonsalzberg.com/realchange/

He also mentions a talk he recently had with her on compassion. You can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHBBWqyAAj4

I know that's a lot, but maybe something in there will be helpful for you! 

 

 

 

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