Getting to being Mindful: Intentions, Good Habits and Spirituality

Acting from higher motivations makes us happier and carries more meaning and contentment. Higher motivations or “higher needs”, as Maslow would call them, include exploration, gregariousness and cooperation, power-within, and mastery. If we start to become aware of our motivations, it becomes possible to move up the scale and make a paradigm shift to higher motivations.(Zohar & Marshall, 2004.)

6 Lessons

In this short course, we investigate what motivates us to do what we do, and we provide a tool to determine our motivations.

We then look at the inter-relationship between our motivations and mindfulness, and provide a simple but effective plan to establish the habit of practicing mindfulness regularly.

If we have our own why in life, we shall get along with almost any how. ” -Victor Frankl

Mindfulness is difficult, not because it is hard but because it is elusive.” – Steven Hayes, Get out of your Mind and into Your Life, The New Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.

This is a stand-alone course, but which is free for subscribers to the Six Steps to the Joy of Nowness, and Ses Stappe tot die Vreugde van Volbewus-wees courses.

It is by default open for 100 days after purchase.


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