Practising Observing Part 2

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Observe is noticing direct sensory experience. It’s what you feel, sense, see, taste, touch and hear without labeling it, reacting to it or judging it. This is tricky for most people at first; our minds want to label what is happening rather than just being with the bare sensations of an experience. When you practice the Observe mindfulness skill you are allowing your immediate experience to just happen – without pushing it away or trying to change it. Observe, like all the skills, is experiential. This means that intellectual understanding of the skill isn’t enough; you have to experience the skill for yourself to truly get it.

Here are some ideas for practising observing by coming back to your senses :

Observe Sounds :

  • Stop for a moment and just listen. Listen to the texture and shape of the sounds around you. Listen to the silences between the sounds.
  • If someone is…

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  1. Observation fosters an in depth and rich understanding of a phenomenon, situation and/or setting and the behavior of the participants in that setting. Observation is an essential part of gaining an understanding of naturalistic settings and its members’ ways of seeing.

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