Emotional Intelligence: Positive emotions & mindfulness by emotional intelligence coach Rachel Green





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Published on May 29, 2012

Mindfulness & emotional intelligence go together. Why? Because one component of emotional Intelligence is the ability to manage your emotions by having positive emotions and diminishing negative emotions.

Positive emotions can be developed in many ways. One proven technique for fostering peace, calm and contentment is mindfulness meditation. Scientific studies have found there are proven positive changes in the brain as a result of it, coupled with an increase in positive emotions.

But how can you develop mindfulness and practice mindfulness meditation in a such a busy, stressed and anxious world? And how can it help your emotional intelligence even if you do?

Join this discussion and find out.

Long term meditator and emotional intelligence coach Rachel Green discusses how to use mindfulness meditation to develop more positive emotions and emotional intelligence.

She is the author of the poplar mindfulness meditation CD: "Happy not hassled" http://www.theeiinstitute.com/ei-inst... and is joined by broadcaster and educator Michael Done. Together they discuss how to use guided mindfulness meditation to help people feel happier and calmer.

Both have developed more positive emotions through the regular practice of mindfulness and meditation in their lives, and are keen to help you increase your positive emotions through meditation too.

Please note: Although Michael found meditation really helpful when driving his car we advise against this!
If you would like a copy of the "Happy not hassled" guided meditation CD, it is available online - click here: http://www.theeiinstitute.com/ei-inst...

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