Mindful Leadership in Practice

“Principle-Based, Mindful Leadership”

You can re-train yourself to intuitively respond from an inner depth within yourself, where your core beliefs, values, goals, and inner vision are aligned with Wisdom, Clarity, Unity, and Love, the characteristics of a leader.

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Metaphysical Meaning of Christ’s Birth

December 25th symbolizes the birth of Jesus. The topic for today is “A Life of Truth.” I’ll address the metaphysical meaning that underlies the birth of Jesus, the Christ. Remember, that I am not telling you the truth. You can only discover It for yourself. I am only pointing in the direction of what I believe to be true. It

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We Belong to Each Other

“We belong to each other” What does that mean? And what does it look like? The word, “belong” sounds possessive, but certainly we don’t own each other. “Belonging” has been described as “being a member of, be in, be affiliated to/with, be allied to, be associated with, or be linked to or connected.” That makes more sense. How are we

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Grace in Relationships

Grace in Relationships. What does that mean? And what does it look like? In Science of Mind, in New Thought, grace can look differently than other beliefs. Grace has been described as a “Gift from God.” Do you see God as outside yourself, doing something to you or for you? Or inside yourself? Dr. Ernest Holmes, in the Science of

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When we listen to mindfulness meditations, actively or passively, we train ourselves to neutralize beliefs with limiting response patterns that tend to repeat themselves. The empowering metaphors and affirmative statements we hear within the meditation penetrate the subconscious mind neutralizing old response patterns, replacing them with empowering beliefs and self-expanding patterns.
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Tim A. O'Connor
Mindfulness Facilitator

The Spiritual Practices of Mindful Leaders

Mindful Leadership

We choose how to respond to external or outside influences in any given moment. Practicing mindfulness provides us with the opportunity to be aware, within our environment, and proactive in each moment, while thoughts and feelings created from our past and expectations of the future drift behind empowering thoughts in the present. In practicing mindfulness, we develop a frame of reference that is inside/out.  You can re-train yourself to intuitively respond from an inner depth within yourself, where your core beliefs, values, goals, and inner vision are aligned with Clarity, Vision, Harmony, Peace, and Love, the characteristics of a leader.

Mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness empowers you to transcend the errors of belief communicated subjectively through past experiences. In this way you feel your Inner Strength as you transform and align with your true “Self” from a frame of reference within your Center of Power.  Managing your time becomes a practice where you proactively place principles before precedent, scheduling your day around doing the right thing at the right time for the right reason.  Principles and values are the “Why” in all you do.

Visioning

Visioning is a process where you create an interior space of deep listening and mindful awareness to soften the chatter of your mind to listen from within, embracing your inner power. It allows you as an individual or in a group to reveal your highest intentions as directed from your “inner leader.” For many, it involves directing questions to your deeper self about what you need to become, release, and embrace for your highest ideal to be recognized.  Visioning is a process of being conscious of what is awakening within you.

Guided Meditation

When we listen to guided meditations, actively or passively, we train ourselves to neutralize beliefs that no longer serve us. The empowering metaphors and affirmative statements we hear within the meditation penetrate the subconscious mind neutralizing old response patterns, replacing them with empower beliefs and self-expanding patterns, thereby healing old wounds. You are left feeling relaxed, safe, grounded, and powerful in a world with an appearance of powerlessness.

Relationships

Relationships bring up beliefs that no longer serve us. Mindfulness is the practice of focusing our thoughts and feelings on the experience of the moment. We train ourselves to respond to this one moment of time, watching thoughts and feelings produced by past beliefs, facing them with kindness as they arise and fall, while focusing on those present in our environment in this moment of time, where you are always creating a new “you” in relationship with others. Mindfulness in relationships involves being conscious of what you are proactively becoming as opposed to repeating a reactive history.

Spiritual Practice

Many of us worry about people, places, and things or external influences without recognizing and accepting the Power within our intuitive core consciousness. We may feel distracted, unauthentic, and separate from our Source of Power.  With a variety of spiritual practices, including mindfulness meditations, visioning, developing personal affirmations, and statements of personal power, individuals can experience the natural evolution of their true “Self” unfold as they learn they can live from the inside/out with confidence, power, and joy. They no longer feel as if “others” affect or control them. They live moment to moment. They lead moment to moment.

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