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Name Tine Steiss
I speak English
German
Spanish
Age 43
Status In a relationship
Zodiac sign Aries

About me

Description

I meditate since 2014 and I am an MBSR, mindfulness, and meditation teacher and engineer involved in the happiness.com project, for example, taking care of the https://academy.happiness.com/courses/online-mindful-based-stress-reduction course.

My vocation

My mission is to support others in discovering their happiness or, even more importantly, handling the ups and downs of life more gracefully. Something I work on myself each day again and again with varying results but an overall positive trend. ;-)

On happiness.com, I can put into action what I've learned through mindfulness and meditation, together with what I learned as a media engineer.

Other than that, friends and family, the village community, gardening, and art projects play important roles in my life too as they keep me connected and grounded.

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My events

    TODAY 15:00
    If you want to do your part in active anti-racism, I invite you to join me working through the book "Me and White Supremacy" each Tuesday.

    Pleas...
    3 December 2020, 16:00
    This is a Q&A session for students of the MBSR course and people who are interested in joining the course.
    The maximum size of the group is 9 so w...
    7 January 2021, 16:00
    This is a Q&A session for students of the MBSR course and people who are interested in joining the course.
    The maximum size of the group is 9 so w...
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I meditate since 2014 and I am an MBSR, mindfulness, and meditation teacher and engineer involved in the happiness.com project, for example, taking care of the https://academy.happiness.com/courses/online-mindful-based-stress-reduction course.
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My mission is to support others in discovering their happiness or, even more importantly, handling the ups and downs of life more gracefully. Something I work on myself each day again and again with varying results but an overall positive trend. ;-)

On happiness.com, I can put into action what I've learned through mindfulness and meditation, together with what I learned as a media engineer.

Other than that, friends and family, the village community, gardening, and art projects play important Read more… roles in my life too as they keep me connected and grounded.
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Week 5 formal practice: "turning towards" (formerly "Soften, Soothe, Allow")

Thank you for pointing this out @ias206! I read through the section, and it is quite confusing. I'll reorganize it, and I am sure the students following you will benefit from the clarity your question brought to the instructions :-) So here's the "todo list" for week 5: Turning toward
Read both "Turning toward difficult emotions" and "Turning toward physical pain" first.
Formal Practice: once a day for 6 out of 7 days in week 5:
Day 1 and day 2: you can choose between the two versions of the Read more… Turning towards meditation, depending on what's more useful for you that day: Turning Towards - Meditation for difficult emotions 23min or Turning Towards - Meditation for physical pain 25min
Day 3 - 6: you can freely choose one of the meditations you have learned so far: bodyscan, sitting meditation, or again one of the two turning towards meditations.
Informal Practice: It is a bit more formal this week. Once a day sit down and "turn towards" either a difficult emotion or physical pain with the two texts you read at the beginning as guidelines and take notes. Ideally, when a matching situation like bodily pain or a difficult emotion is occurring/ just occurred. Still, as we are training to become more aware, it is also quite common to not be mindful of them and instead be on autopilot when they occur. So it's ok to sit down and go through the steps later on. This is all part of our Practice. :-)

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If you want to do your part in active anti-racism, I invite you to join me working through the book "Me and White Supremacy" each Tuesday.
Please have the book ready and ideally read the upcoming chapter upfront so we can share what it brought up for us, how to deal with it, where we struggle, what we learned, how to make changes in our everyday lives.
Acceptance precedes change, and first, we need to accept that we - no matter how well we mean - play our parts in the system of white su...
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  • 04.11.2020 8:20:17
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How stressed are you at work?

I disagree... AND I agree 😄
Short term stress is energizing and even healthy as it gets the organism going. The problem is when, after a stressful phase, there is no matching recovery phase. Chronic stress is dangerous. As so often drilling deeper, we get a more nuanced picture.

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Week 6 informal practice: Communication Calendar

This is beautiful!
I remember a zen monk who told us "You can not change another person but you can hold a safe space for them to grow"
That pretty much the same that you wrote.

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Was habt ihr aus dem ersten Lockdown gelernt?
Einen Lockdown haben wir hinter uns. Es gab schlimme, gute und durchwachsene Momente. Was habt ihr darauf gelernt und welche Taktiken habt ihr heute bereit?
Hier ein Tweet von Margarete Stokowski und die Antworten darauf, die eine Wundertüte der Tipps und Tricks darstellen und auch nen schönen Einblick in die täglichen Mühen und Erfolge.
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  • 29.10.2020 11:38:10
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Week 2 formal practice: Sitting Meditation

@ias206 Tara Brach has many guided mediations and also talks freely available on her site: https://www.tarabrach.com/guided-meditation-basic-meditations/ which work well with the MBSR course.
Please let us know which one you enjoy the most in the resources overview. 🙂

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