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A Mental Model for a More Mindful Perspective
Donella Meadows' Iceberg Model offers a practical framework for seeing ourselves and the world through a more mindful lens.
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Mindfulness of Ways of Looking
Mindfulness training can help us realize, open to, and explore the infinite possibilities available to us so that we can exercise some degree of choice in how we relate and respond to ourselves, others, and the world. Through practice, we can develop greater awareness of our ways of looking and the wisdom to choose a perspective that is of greatest benefit to all.