Mindfulness Course in Singapore
Mindfulness Course in Singapore
We practice mindfulness by keeping up a familiarity with our reflections, sentiments, real sensations and the encompassing condition. To practice mindfulness, it requires full attention to the surroundings. It is an ability to understand what is going around, what we are doing and, empower us to control our emotional intelligence and reaction towards situations.
Mindfulness includes non-judgment, implying that we focus on our thoughts and sentiments with the frame of mind of a fair observer without trusting them or thinking about them completely. mindfulness can enable to appreciate life more and to comprehend better. You can find a way to create it in your own life. We already have the capacity to use this ability it does not require a drastic change just a little cultivation is needed.
An essential piece of mindfulness is reconnecting with our bodies and the sensations they experience. This implies awakening to the sights, sounds, scents and tastes of the present minute. That may be something as straightforward as the vibe of a railing as we walk upstairs.
The vital part of mindfulness is a consciousness of our thoughts and feelings as they happen Awareness to this sort furthermore causes us to see indications of stress or nervousness prior and encourages us to manage them better.
Creating mindfulness can make changes in the thoughts and translations brain makes, changing the pictures inside the brain enables to change feelings. Mindfulness also helps in managing stress and anxiety allow to actively make choices which reduces the burden on the brain, it also makes person stress free with an increase in productivity, to practice this skill is also healthier, it gives more awareness about the body and how to improve situations.
Mindfulness is one of the properties of emotional intelligence and acts as an essential factor in making progress. The stunning advantages of mindfulness and thoughts have been appeared to really change the regions related to memory.
In this course, individuals discover why mindfulness is the main consideration in progress and, figure out how to survey and lift mindfulness. Allow to Understand the psychological impact of mindfulness and learn how to actively practice self-observation skill in daily life.
This Mindfulness workshop is ideal for anyone who would like to gain a strong grasp and improve their Mindfulness.
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The ideal group size for this Mindfulness course is:
Minimum: 5 Participants
Maximum: 15 Participants
The duration of this Mindfulness workshop is 1 full day. Knowles Training Institute will also be able to contextualised this workshop according to different durations; 3 full days, 2 days, half day, 90 minutes and 60 minutes.
1 Full Day
9 a.m to 5 p.m
Below is the list of course benefits of our Mindfulness course
- Explore behavioural changes.
- Develop a way to regulate and control your emotions.
- Manage emotions to drives self-confidence and, beliefs.
- Enables to define life goals.
- Polish active management skills.
- Improve observation power.
Below is the list of course objectives of our Mindfulness course
- Comprehend the association between mindfulness and achievement.
- Allow to dissected your mindfulness.
- Encourage to understand the supportiveness of mindfulness.
- Cleared up the concept to build up your mindfulness.
- Enables to increase activity to build your mindfulness.
- Make self-awareness of skills and abilities.
- Allow strengthening the transformation process.
- Discover mindfulness techniques.
- Allow controlling emotional well being.
- Develop focused attention and thoughts.
- Encourage to be more active minded.
- Empower the quick decision-making skills.
Below is the list of course content of our Mindfulness training course
Mindfulness Courses – Part 1
- Buddhist Concept
- The notion of mindfulness comes to us through the Buddhist religion. The word “mindfulness” is one translation of the Pali word sati (Sanskrit smrti). Other interpretations of this word include “awareness” and “memory.”
- Bare Attention
- One feature of mindfulness is the cultivation of bare attention. Bare attention is attention that is lacking judgment or elaboration. Whenever we are challenged with a new situation, we are enticed to try and consider what this unique situation means to us.
- Psychological Concept of Mindfulness
- Although mindfulness arose as a Buddhist concept, psychologists from the 1970s to the present have analysed the effects of Buddhist mindfulness meditation techniques and found that these are efficient in decreasing anxiety and reducing relapse rates in both depression and drug addiction. Modern studies have found that incorporating mindfulness into your life can enhance positive emotions, improve the immune system, and reduce tension.
- To this point, we have concentrated on just one aspect of mindfulness, that of bare attention in the immediate moment. However, as mentioned earlier, another translation of the word sati is memory, and there is a very good reason for this. Paying close attention to your immediate moment and environment sounds like a advantageous practice, and for the most part it is.
- While practising mindfulness, whether through meditation or in a given time, you want to pay consideration to whatever comes up. For example, when you concentrate on your breath, note whether you are breathing in deeply or shallowly. Is your breath cold or warm? Fast or slow? Through your mouth or nose?
- When you meditate for mindfulness or discover yourself in a mindful state, it is essential to accept things as they are without judgment. At some point, you may elect to act to change things, but initially, you want to take what you experience for what it is.
Mindfulness Courses – Part 2
- Mindfulness Meditation
- The best method to practice being mindful is through a consistent program of meditation. Keep in mind that not all meditations are to make you more mindful. Transcendental meditation and mantra meditation might enhance mindfulness as a side effect, but these aim at an entirely different result.
- One method that Kabat-Zinn’s advance to mindfulness meditation includes is called scanning or body scanning. Once you are used to it, you can do it without the necessity of guided meditation, but one alternative for beginners is to record your voice talking yourself through the body scan.
- The Purpose of Emotions
- You may have heard it stated that all emotions are valid. While this is true, it doesn’t mean that you’re well within your rights to throw a temper tantrum whenever you don’t get what you want.
- High Performance Emotions
- While all emotions are valid, and all feelings are helpful because they provide you with relevant data, some emotions help you to perform better at your job. These high-performance emotions are enthusiasm, confidence, tenacity, and optimism. High-performance emotions increase our arousal levels while still maintaining a broad and open focus.
- Swing Emotions
- The swing emotions are named that because they can be extremely useful in enhancing your situation, or they can help make an unfortunate circumstance even worse. The swing element comes from how you prefer to utilise these emotions. Swing emotions are there to inform us that something is not right in our environment.
- Blue Emotions
- A third class of emotions is the blue emotions. These emotions are marked by low arousal levels as well as a narrowed focus. Blue emotions constitute dejection, depression, and disappointment.
- Dichotomous Reasoning
- Dichotomous reasoning suggests that you think in terms of hyperbole, extremes, and black and white. When you focus in on your thoughts, take note of whether you use words such as always, never, everyone, nobody, the best, the worst, or in terms of either/or etc.
- Magnification and Minimisation
- Typically people who magnify or minimize circumstances tend to gravitate towards one type of contortion. Magnification occurs when you blow things out of proportion. It’s also often referred to as “making a mountain out of a molehill.”
Mindfulness Courses – Part 3
- Filtering occurs when you only hear the negative someone tells you, when their statement is a mixture of negative and positive. Another form of filtering is called disqualification. This occurs when you automatically discount something positive someone says to you as either an impossible statement, one made from naiveté, or one made for ulterior purposes.
- Jumping to Conclusions
- Another kind of distorted thinking pattern happens when you conclude what someone else thinks, feels, or will do in the future with little to no data. Two additional kinds of sub-patterns fall under jumping to conclusions: mind-reading and fortune-telling.
- Destructive Labelling
- Destructive labelling occurs when you characterize something or someone in a generalized and negative fashion. For example, if you are a supervisor and an employee comes in late to work, thinking that this person is irresponsible or doesn’t care about their job is an example of destructive labelling.
- While this distorted thinking pattern can be comparable to jumping to conclusions, it does so in a more definite way, by relating everything to yourself or by taking responsibility for something over which you have no control.
Mindfulness Courses – Part 4
- A similar distorted thinking pattern to personalising is accusing. Whereas the personalising distorted thinking pattern relates everything to yourself, blaming occurs when you focus more on who you think is at fault in a situation rather than focusing on a resolution to the circumstance.
- The Tyranny of the Should
- This distorted thinking pattern is also referred to as imperative thinking. This occurs when you fixate on how you think a person or situation should or shouldn’t be, rather than how they or it is in actuality. This is another example where our assumptions about a situation are not helpful.
- Mental Modes
- Most forms of MBCT theorize that the mind operates with many subsystems. You have subsystems that constitute what you take in from your senses, for example. Most theorists agree that the two main subsystems or modes correspond with an emotional side and a logical side.
- Doing Mode
- Another way of thinking of the two principal modes of cognition – emotional and logical – is in terms of action: a doing mode and a being mode. The doing mode is goal-oriented and engages when you feel things aren’t as they should happen.
Mindfulness Courses – Part 5
- Being Mode
- Being mode, associated more with the logical method of cognition, is not goal-oriented. It is more interested in experiencing a situation as it is without a need to change anything.
- Metacognitive Awareness
- Mindfulness comes in beneficial in being able to consciously switch from being mode to doing mode or vice versa because it helps you to develop metacognitive awareness. This is a fancy word for saying you are conscious of your thoughts and your thinking.
- What is Gratitude?
- Gratitude points to that in our life for which we are grateful. This feeling of gratefulness can be extended to some origin, and for religiously minded people, this is often the case. Nonetheless, you don’t have to be religious to perceive gratitude.
Mindfulness Courses – Part 6
- Gratitude Journal
- Oprah Winfrey once remarked that the single most important thing she’s ever done was to write five things that she’s grateful for in a journal at the beginning of each day. And the science supports her.
- An Exercise in Mindfulness and Gratitude
- In addition to keeping a daily gratitude journal, there are multiple ways to cultivate an “attitude of gratitude.”
- Forming a Habit
- This training course comprises incorporating certain activities into daily practice. At this point, you have been encouraged to perform the following things at least once a day: Mindfulness reflection for 10 to 20 minutes or list five things for which you are appreciative in your gratitude journal.
- The Emotion-Cognitive-Behavior Triangle
- All emotions have three components that operate together, and you can think of them as a triangle. Emotions also have the quality of being infectious. For example, when someone greets you, you feel an urge to smile back.
- Cultivating Enthusiasm
- Enthusiasm is a get-up-and-go emotion. When you notice yourself procrastinating, you lack enthusiasm. Military leaders and coaches of athletic teams understand that when their groups are collectively more passionate, they will perform better.
Mindfulness Courses – Part 7
- Cultivating Confidence
- Being confident is a delicate balance that multiple people have trouble maintaining. On the one hand, overconfidence can lead to an arrogance that induces individuals to view themselves as better than or more superior than other people. On the other hand, a lack of confidence causes self-doubt that will inhibit creativity and can lead to sad emotions such as dejection and depression.
- Cultivating Tenacity
- Tenacity is that sense that you are going to see something through no matter what. When we discover ourselves confronted with large or difficult tasks, we often feel overwhelmed.
- Individually Focused
- When you operate in a field where you interact with customers, it is important to prioritize, and your customer should be your highest priority. Regardless of your position in the company hierarchy, whether you’re at the entry level or you’re an executive, your customers are ultimately your boss, since without them, there’s no company.
- Active Listening
- The value of listening cannot be overestimated. However, listening requires more than merely hearing the words the customer says. Acquiring the skills of active listening makes sure that you not only hear the words your customers speak but that you understand your customers’ concerns on a deeper level.
- Building a Rapport
- Active listening is only the first step towards building a rapport with your customer. A rapport is a state of harmony between you and another person or group.
Mindfulness Courses – Part 8
- One of the most important aspects of a mindful approach to customer service is being aware of your customers’ moods and expectations. This includes choosing the proper timing in your interactions.
- Mental Resilience
- The United States Military Academy at West Point has recently developed a mindfulness approach to leadership training that focuses on enhancing mental resilience. The West Point model posits that the world has become increasingly volatile, uncertain, chaotic, and ambiguous (VUCA).
- While mindfulness is essential in focusing your attention in a neutral and accepting fashion, as a leader, you will regularly find yourself having to decide upon what to focus. Recognising the goals and values of your company and your shared mission is a vital step towards prioritising your focus. Familiarising yourself with a company mission statement can help in this regards.
- Cultivating a genuine sense of compassion for other people is a significant side effect of continuous practice of mindfulness. Compassion indicates that you try in good faith to understand where another person is coming from and the unique challenges that they have to face.
- The flexibility and adaptability that occur with a practice of mindfulness are exceptionally helpful in being creative. Being an innovative leader also means that you provide an environment where creativity is rewarded.
Each participant will receive the following materials for the Mindfulness course
Mindfulness Learner’s Guide
Mindfulness Key Takeaways Notes
Mindfulness Essentials Ebook
Mindfulness Course Handouts
Mindfulness 30-Day Action Plan
Mindfulness MindMaps Pack
Mindfulness PPT Slides Used During Course
Mindfulness Long-Term Memory Flashcards Pack
Mindfulness E-Learning Course
Mindfulness Online Video Course
Mindfulness Essentials Audiobook
Mindfulness Infographics Pack
Each course participant will receive a certification of training completion
There are 3 pricing options available for this Mindfulness training course. Course participants not in Singapore may choose to sign up for our online Mindfulness training course.
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Phone: +65 6817 2530
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