Meditate to Expand Your Point of View 1 | May 2020

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This month we’re focusing on mindfulness coping strategies that help alleviate stress and anxiety.

Today we’re teaching you how to expand your point of view. In our previous courses and lessons, we’ve called this technique Remote Viewing and/or Corner of the Room.

If you’d prefer to skip ahead to this week’s meditation, start this video at 4:00.


“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in seeing with new eyes.”

– Marcel Proust

Mindfulness lesson

Expand your point of view from one point of view to another. Expanding your point of view creates insight and calms conflicting thoughts, particularly in overwhelming situations. It helps us broaden our perspective and understanding.

When we’re confined, conflicts become amplified. Our vision tends to become myopic. Today we’ll practice making our point of view telephoto and wide angle. How does that change your perspective?

Resilience building comes from expanding your perceptive of what’s happening around you. So many things are happening right now that we have no control over. Embrace the moment. Right now is the only place change happens.

Think of a time when the unexpected worked for you. This will help you recognize that when things are rapidly changing around you, the unexpected is where innovation is born.

Mindfulness exercise

When thoughts become unmanageable, look up at the sky or out into the horizon. Practice changing your point of view.

If you enjoyed this Monday Medi, you’ll also like:

Using Breath and Gratitude to Alleviate Anxiety | May 2020

Meditate to Expand Your Point of View 2 | May 2020


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