Gratitude, empathy and mindfulness - Hugh van Cuylenburg

Puka Up - Your Weekly Wellbeing Conversation

24-01-2019 • 49 mins

Gratitude allows us to appreciate the things in our lives we may fail to see. It shifts our focus away from what we don’t have to what we do have.

Empathy allows us to develop kindness and kindness has been proven to have a positive effect on our mental health and emotional wellbeing, and Mindfulness teaches us to be calmer and more present so we can enjoy the things we do have.

In this episode, host Wayne Schwass sits down with the founding director and facilitator of the Resilience Project Hugh van Cuylenburg.

The Resilience Project delivers emotionally engaging programs to schools, sports clubs and businesses, providing practical, evidenced-based, positive mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness.

In this episode we discuss:

? Why gratitude, empathy & mindfulness are important skills
? Practising gratitude for 21 consecutive days can have a profound impact on your wellbeing
? 6 weeks of practising gratitude, research suggests you are less likely to get sick
? Empathy helps develop kindness
? Mindfulness teaches us to be calmer and more present
? 3 simple things to help you start practising gratitude
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