Amishi Jha studies how we pay attention: the process by which our brain decides what’s important out of the constant stream of information it receives. Both external distractions (like stress) and internal ones (like mind-wandering) diminish our attention’s power, Jha says — but some simple techniques can boost it. “Pay attention to your attention,” Jha says.
You don’t have to be kneeling on a mat or sitting in a candle-lit room – in fact there is not need to work hard or be uncomfortable to meditate…
This visual version of the self-care list found in the book will help you to better understand the simple choices you can make to improve your own self-care and by extension, your empathy skills.
Writing a self-care list may seem like an odd thing to do – perhaps you’ve never really thought about this before but it is so vital when it comes to empathy…
These exercises will really heighten your awareness of your listening skills and, most importantly, HOW to actively listen more.
I found Emma very empathetic and practising, what she’s teaching. I enjoyed the combination of animations, video, games and discussions. A very well timed workshop.
Really good session – would have liked more to really get a grip on empathy. Thanks
I never realised the extent of how far empathy goes and what is involved in this.
Really eye-opening, teaching me more about myself and my ability to empathise effectively.