Allowing, Inquiry and Meta-Awareness
People who can AIM respond more and react less.
When we learn to AIM we become better able to regulate and manage our own emotions.
- We can focus more readily.
- We become more adaptable, better able to change as things around shift and change.
- We empathise with others more fully.
And we're less wedded to our own perspective - we can more easily try out other ways of seeing things and we find it easier to allow that others have their own perspective as well.
People we've worked with tell us that changes like these can be truly life-changing. When you can AIM more frequently things go better:
- at work
- at home
- in your relationships
- with your health and your happiness.
You become more resilient.
And all with just 10 minutes of Mind Time practice a day.
Try the practices for yourself. Keep that up for several weeks. We hope you'll find them as useful as countless others over the years have done.