I agree, but First Responders have to have the ability to work with all 3, sometimes on the same call! Mindfulness improves the decision making process and smooths out the transition between the 3 options. “We used to work with our hands for many centuries; then we worked with our heads, & now we're going … Continue reading
Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom. Viktor E. Frankl When I teach my version of mindfulness to first responders, I stress that mindfulness provides an additional second for them to make the best decision … Continue reading We Have a Choice!
Although this podcast is geared towards medical personnel, it applies to First Responders. episodes.buzzsprout.com/z2va4qlpb5tkr1w2n7g0w24mtr7t
By Michelle Palladini Today’s society offers countless ways to improve yourself, and the wave of mindfulness has come in like a tsunami in recen... — Read on http://www.mindfulleader.org/blog/43671-how-mindfulness-helped-me-become-a
Applicable to police? http://www.mindful.org/in-the-heat-of-the-moment/
How Your Mindfulness Practice Can Support the World Right Now 1) Mindfulness teaches us how to STOP and listen. Every one of us is being called to create space to listen, really listen, and observe and tame our reactive feelings so we can access the deep well of compassionate awareness that lives in us all. It … Continue reading 3 Ways Mindfulness Can Help Law Enforcement Officers During These Challenging Times
How many would be beneficial to First Responders? https://www.mindful.org/9-ways-mindfulness-reduces-stress/
I separate the terms Robust, Resilient and Mindful in the following way: Robust is the ability to take a hit and not fall down. Resilient is taking the hit and getting back up. Mindfulness is about avoiding the hit all together! Dr. Preston B. Cline Article: Residue (Version V. 4, April 20, 2020)