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PREVENTING BLINDNESS OF NOT SEEING AND NOT PERCEIVING THE BODY CHANGES: TOWARDS A FASTER SELF –AWARENESS

  • WHAT

    In this part of the toolkit there are activities chosen to help people to develop “Self- Awareness” and “Body Awareness”. The exercises train people to notice subtle but important signals given by the body and the mind in order to change and improve the approach to life.
    For children there are activities to develop body awareness and emotions’ discover.

  • WHY

    • Disordered eating may result from a lack of awareness of cues regulating food intake or a lack of responsiveness to those cues or both factors. By gaining awareness and responsiveness to bodily sensations, including those of hunger and satiety
    • Work on emotions can help the person to regulate food intake based more on bodily needs and less on emotional, situational or other factors.
    • Discover the power of the body and the mind can help people to take care more about theirselves
    • Self-awareness is a vital first step in taking control of your life, creating what you want, and mastering your future. When you are self-aware, you can see where your thoughts and emotions are guiding you. It also allows you to take control of your actions so you can make the necessary changes to get the outcomes you desire. This may include changes to your emotions, your behaviour, or your personality.
    • Body awareness includes proprioception and interoception: proprioception is the normal awareness of one's posture, movement, balance, and location based on the sensations received by the proprioceptors while interoception is contemporarily defined as the sense of the internal state of the body.
    • Mind awareness Mindfulness is the psychological process of bringing one's attention to experiences occurring in the present moment which can be developed through the practice of meditation and other training. The term "mindfulness” correlates with the Pali term sati, which is a significant element of Buddhist traditions. In Buddhist teachings, mindfulness is utilized to develop self-knowledge and wisdom that gradually lead to what is described as enlightenment or the complete freedom from suffering.
  • WHO

    • Trainers can use this as a guide to suggest activities to people, help them to understand and do the exercises.
    • Adults can do the exercises on their own, alone or in groups.
    • There are also activities for children.

 

  • WHICH

    The aims of this chapter are:

    • Discover or re-discover the potentiality of yourself thanks to yoga exercises
    • Learn how to read and express your emotions
    • Help children to develop coordination
    • Help children to know and express emotions
    • Help children to find activities that made feel good

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