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Mindfulness and meditation have become buzzwords these days, and with good reason – it can transform not just your life but the world around you too. Sustaining our beautiful planet and caring for fellow humans comes natural to a mindful individual. A study by Massachusetts General Hospital found that as little as eight weeks of meditation not only helped people feel calmer but also produced changes in various areas of the brain, including growth in the areas associated with memory, empathy, sense of self, and stress regulation. Join us as we explore this topic through an article and an audio conversation between Jeslin Varghese and Paulina Marinkovic.
What you will learn
Understand what mindfulness and meditation is
Identify the benefits of mindfulness and meditation
Analyze how mindfulness is connected to sustainability
Learn how mindfulness can assist us in creating sustainable communities
4 thoughts on “Mindfulness, Meditation and Sustainability: What is the Connection?”
This was such a great way to learn the various benefits of meditation and how to apply it in your life positively!
Please can you advise, how to report the CE hours for this course?
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Mindfulness is the quality of being present, meditation is the practice of mindfulness and sustainability is caring about the environment and how it will respond to future generations. The connection between the three concepts lays in the relationship between ourselves, the others, and the earth. Being conscious and present makes us be better with all of the elements and lives that surround us.