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Conscious Leadership + Positive Leadership
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Meditation is a habit you can use to achieve forgiveness for yourself and for those who have harmed you. Forgiveness is a way to achieve emotional freedom, to let go of all those feelings that hurt us such as: hatred, sadness, remorse, and resentment.
Empowerment is the inner power we all have. If we understand it and begin to listen to it, we can become aware that we are the architects of our lives. It is to believe that we can. It is a power that makes us owners and responsible. It drives us to be effective and to promote others in the same direction.
Both mindfulness and empowerment complement and develop with practice. It is convenient to start meditation when waking up, breathing, and smiling, using the first few minutes to be aware of the breath. Inhale and exhale, always observing every movement and sensation.
Anger that is not effectively managed, kept inside, becomes entrenched in the soul, giving rise to bitterness and resentment. Well managed anger, on the other hand, is honored with a productive complaint, within the collaborative framework of a productive conversation, which seeks effectiveness in the task, takes care of the relationship, and the welfare of each of the parties.
Martin Seligman talks about psychology -- as a field of study and as it works one-on-one with each patient and each practitioner. As it moves beyond a focus on disease, what can modern psychology help us to become?
Individually, to lead a "mindful" life is to live with a capacity to be and feel the present moment, being aware of the circumstances and how we relate to them. On the other hand, a "mindful family" lives in the present moment, enjoying it, connecting with each member of the family, both for support and companionship.