“Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity.” –Simone Weil
Have you ever had a conversation with someone who was multitasking (including using a device)? What did it feel like? Did you feel like you were being heard? Did you feel a connection? Children in our lives want our full attention (and that way, they don’t have to try to work for it in negative ways). Not for long periods at a time, we find, but short bursts of total one-pointed attention. How can we do this? In this 4 minute podcast, Prof. Michael Nagler, a long-time meditator discusses the power and practice of ONE-POINTED ATTENTION for those working with children and, well, anyone, really!
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