One step at a time


Being away a full week on a teacher training retreat for mindfulness approaches organised by Bangor university wasn’t that easy as I first thought… Meeting a whole group of new people, moving out and into stillness, teaching, exchanging, enquiring and receiving feedback. Not to forget the room sharing and the tight daily schedules: quite overwhelming at times.

Now I really understand why ones own practice informs the teaching and why you cannot simply buy a mindfulness related book and start to integrate the tools right away. You can only hold the space for other people and really enable personal development and inner growth when you are connected to your own self, curious, open and non-judging.

What an intense and enriching week, where own development and insight is so closely linked with the ability to inform ones own work, i.e. for me,
integrating the tools and methods into communications and leadership development!

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    • Jenny Ebermann (bxljenny) Post author

      Hi Alice, how are you? The retreat was great but I have to say I underestimated the self-development I underwent. Upon returning home, I needed some rest to let all the new things sink in. I am now applying mindfulness related tools in all communication, leadership and personal development work I am doing: very exciting! Jenny

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