Step 1) What does it mean to be mindful? How can it help us in general?
The first step will allow us to learn about the general background of mindfulness. Obtaining the knowledge of what mindfulness is and its general benefits, we will be able to have a better understanding of future research aspects that are more in depth.
Step 2) How can it impact our lives? How can mindfulness help identify and manage our emotions?
This step will allow us to dig into the central point of the inquiry question: how does mindfulness, exactly, help us identify and manage our emotions, and how does it impact our lives? To what extent can it change our lives?
Step 3) Why is it important to be mindful of our emotions?
This final step allows us to secure our knowledge and wrap up the inquiry question by learning the significance of the central idea. Why is it important to be mindful of our emotions?
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How will this question have implications to other individuals and/or the community?
Most of the times, one’s thoughts are self-focused. However, through practicing mindfulness, we learn to be aware of what’s happening around us without judgement. With this skill, we can improve our personal life in many ways like reducing our stress and better regulating our emotions. While we enhance our own health and well-being, we also enhance the way we view the world and communicate with others. Research has shown that by practicing mindfulness, we become a better listener and understand the relationships in our lives better. When we are able to maintain our own health and wellbeing, we can then take the time to help others and notice what is going on in their lives, and try to make a difference for them. Mindfulness allows us to be objective, by doing so, we are able to make a difference in our own lives and influence the others around us.