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Mindful : December 2016
1 Sit or lie down in a relaxed and comfortable position. Generate a kind and loving awareness of being present in your body in this moment in this place. 2 Imagine you’re walking on a sidewalk on a street in your hometown, someplace that feels familiar and comfor table to you. 3 On the opposite side of the street, walking in your direc- tion on the opposite sidewalk, you see someone you know and recognize. You wave and call out “Hello,” but there’s no response. In that instant, note your own response. Notice any contraction, disappoint- ment, reactivity on your part. 4 Now, change the scenario. Instead imagine that on his or her own, the person sees you and recognizes you instantly and waves and calls out “Hello!” Notice your own immediate response to the greeting. 5 Take a moment to reflect on any differences you noticed in your responses between when you were recognized and when you were not. Noticing Emotional Responses PRACTICE insight AD