• Presenter: Harald Eberling, Frank Bergmann
  • Roots:
    • Buddhism, but this is not a religion
    • Based also on neuroscience
  • Mindfulness trains your observer with meditation, it introduces a certain form of attention: focusing on the present moment without judgment
  • It’s about meditation and how to apply it in real life: “Just” be present in the moment
  • Our mind is always thinking: but it’s okay, just observe the thoughts -  they are allowed to come and go, don’t stick to them, don’t judge them
  • Meditation is used to train the mind:
    • the capability to “catch” our mind/thoughts
    • narrow thinking vs wide thinking
    • relaxation is just a side effect
  • Body scan (the used technique during the session):
    • The object of the meditation is breathing
    • Do the body scan:
      • from feet to head
      • from head to arms
      • then focusing on the breath
      • in the end: wider your thinking, extend it to the room, the people in the room, and come back to “reality”
      • it’s okay to look down in angle (~45°) for a couple of more seconds (or even more)
    • Note: It’s okay to hear something from the background, just notice it (don’t judge) and go back to the subject – the more you practice the sooner you will realize that you are not focusing
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