What are you afraid of?
For some of us, answering this question can be difficult – and it’s not because we don’t have fears . . .
. . . it’s because we don’t want to face them.
And it makes sense – facing down what we fear can feel utterly terrifying.
But Jack Kornfield, PhD has a simple way that we can help patients mindfully approach fear to regain a sense of control and manage its effects.
Check out the video below – it’s just two minutes long.
In the video, Jack shared an exercise we can do with patients to help them face what they fear – he’ll get more into this in the full webinar. Plus, Jack will give us mindfulness techniques for patients struggling with feelings of inner emptiness or uncertainty.
Here’s a look at the topics we’ll cover:
- Shifting Psychology’s Focus from Pathology to Nobility
- Why We Need to Separate From Our Stories
- Turning Toward Fear With Deliberate Compassion
- Finding Wisdom in the Midst of Uncertainty
- Why Fearless Presence Leads to Dignity
- How Emptiness Creates Abundance
It’s free to watch the broadcast, you just have to sign up.
Have you ever helped a patient use mindfulness to deal with fear? What about feelings of anxiety or uncertainty? If so, please tell us about it – share your experience in the comments.