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Mindful : August 2015
nope Nobody loves a noodge who is intent on telling you what’s wrong with you and what you have to do to fix it. While you may feel that someone who is telling you how stressed out they are would benefit from meditation, it’s better to bide your time and let them ask you about it. Resist the urge to gush about your new favorite thing. An exception: There’s nothing wrong with suggesting it to your 1 DON’T FOIST IT ON ANYONE 2 IT’S NOT ABOUT STOPPING THINKING OR CLEARING THE MIND 7 tips for talking about meditation... without being annoying As you start practicing meditation, it’s easy to get excited and want to share your enthusiasm with others. But beware: It doesn’t take much to turn people off. Here’s a few pointers to consider and pitfalls to avoid. Lots of people have picked up the truly crazy idea that meditation somehow vacuums out your head and makes you into a brainless zombie. Let people know that it’s about focusing the mind, not blanking it out. Emphasize that it’s an inherent, innate ability, a skill, not a gauzy, zoned-out place to drift off to. By Dan Harris and Barry Boyce employer. It’s not as awkward to bring it up in an organizational context. You’re not really imposing on anyone. You can talk about the science, about how lots of successful organizations are using it (See David Gelles’ Mindful Wo rk), and suggest someone to con- tact. If possible, it’s good to note that any successful mindfulness program must be voluntary. 58 mindful August 2015 the mindful dialogue