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5-Day Mindfulness Challenge

Introduction and Intention

5-Day Mindfulness Challenge

Introduction and intention

 

 

Welcome to the Free to Be Online Class, where we take a deeper dive into the Free to Be 5 Step Process: Personal Freedom Through Mindfulness in 5 Powerful Steps.

First step: download your free workbook by going to the top of the page and clicking the button that says “Download It Now.”

Then, get your free accountability checklist by clicking the button right below the video! This is a great tool to keep you on track. You can print it out and keep it by your side when you watch each day’s video to motivate you to finish the challenge! Go ahead and download the free workbook and checklist now!

Coming up, you’ll receive daily access to each of the six classes that bring you through the Free to Be Mindfulness Process.

Stay tuned to your email inbox for access to the first class coming to you tomorrow! You’ll receive one class per day over the next six days!

 

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What do you really hope to learn or get from the Free to Be Process?

We want to hear from you! And, your comments help others express themselves more fully too. So, get the conversation started and add to it below by leaving a comment now!

Thanks in advance and see you tomorrow for Day 1 of the Free to Be Challenge!

8 Comments

  1. Minerva

    I’d like to learn to be more present.

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    • Sarah Haykel

      Hi Minerva,

      You’re in the RIGHT PLACE! How will being more present help you? Be specific, if you can!

      Reply
  2. Minerva

    Being more present will help me with interpersonal relationships. Be a better listener rather than a ” fixer”

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    • Sarah Haykel

      Yes, Minerva. Listening is SO important, AND there are so many ways to listen too, not just with our ears! What’s it like to notice the sensations of your body while you listen to yourself or someone else?

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    • Orpheulia

      My intention in participating in this exercise is to live in my commitment to excellence in every interaction in my days with the myself, my family, and others. This looks like active listening, being present in the moment, being focused on the now.

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      • Sarah Haykel

        Awesome Orpheulia. How can you make these goals even more specific? Make them really tangible? For instance, when someone comes to me with an issue, I will focus on my breath and listen to what they have to say with out interrupting. Then, I will respond by reflecting what I heard them say first before I share my thoughts or feelings about the situation.

        Is it helpful to look at it this way?

        Sincerely, Sarah

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        • Orpheulia

          Thank you Sarah. That is super helpful. No matter how many experiences I have to recognize active listening, my overactive brain takes over. Again, thanks.

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          • Sarah Haykel

            Awesome Orpheulia. It can be SO helpful to boil these larger ideals into actual specific behaviors, habits or tasks. I’m happy it helps!

            Thanks so much!

            Sincerely,

            Sarah

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