Resilience is both the ability to adapt to changes, and to stand firm when change is happening around you. We can practice how to do both.
We often hope that things will get better, or at least, not worse. Better or worse actually means better or worse 'for me.' What if we could detach and just accept things as they turned out to be without becoming too emotionally attached to the outcome? How much freer would we be?
This is a continuation of last week's two part blog. In light of recent tragic international events developing sensitivity to others couldn't be more important.
One of the scales in the Challenge of Change Resilience Profile measures Sensitivity.
The key to understanding what the programme is about is attention.
Control your attention
Let it go
Reacting to world events
What is stress?
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