Can understanding your mind, body and emotions and your patterns of behaviour lead to less reactivity and more conscious action? Resilience is cultivated with various methods. One effective way of dealing with challenging times is through self-knowledge. This was enabled with a second group of interested participants at a hybrid workshop at Vienna‘s University of Economics and Business.
Overcoming the crisis with resilience through mind leadership – A successful online workshop at the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt
The current crisis, a virus that has kept the world on alert for almost two years, over 5 million deaths worldwide, rising infection rates and the renewed lockdown are a challenge for each one of us. An ongoing pandemic that is not limited to simply a viral infection, but one that has had profound economic, social, emotional, societal, and psychological effects on the planet.
A tough year for us all has gone by since March 2020. Learning to deal and live with physical distancing, home-schooling and home-office, loss of jobs and income, the pain at losing some-one and not being able to clasp our parents, children or grandparents in our arms. A year of
Last weekend I had the first opportunity to lead two “silent full-day retreats” in a row. The “day in silence retreat” supports participants in the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program (MBSR for short) to strengthen and deepen the experience of mindfulness and is an essential part of the eight-weeks. Silence is
Yesterday, on September 9th, I had the honour of participating in a “in person” defence of a Master thesis at the University of applied sciences, kph Wien/Krems. Sonja Rischer, who has just concluded the postgraduate course in “Mindfulness in education, consulting and healthcare”, wrote her thesis on Mindfulness in
Is it possible that the careful observation and investigation of a raisin succeeds in relaxing the mind and reducing our inner pressure? Healthcare experts worldwide would agree and recommend this form of Mindfulness meditation as an anti-stress agent. According to Mindfulness-Coach Martina Esberger-Chowdhury, “Many top managers meditate daily, in order