Recently, applications and mentality practices have been enhanced in settings that require concentration and social-emotional moderation. These settings include workplaces such as businesses, government agencies, professionals, and universities. Often pay attention to these settings using the 8- week course MBSR It is introduced. Four applications at work are discussed below.
First, mental actions are introduced in workplaces that are of great importance and the smallest errors can be important. The purpose of the plans to pay attention to these settings is to increase the ability to pay attention to tasks by eliminating outwardly perceptive thoughts. In a technical workshop, a study was carried out with 15 machinations. Machine-building work requires full focus, attention, and accuracy. Eight workers were in the experimental group and seven were in the control group. The experimental group was guided by a twenty-minute meditation before the start of the day and meditation ten minutes after lunch. The group was encouraged to have a similar meditation before retiring at night to calm down and improve mental concentration and concentration. After 8 months of MBSR, Craftsmen have reported that they are more focused and focused on reducing physical and bruising and improving the performance of the workforce against control staff.
Second, mindfulness measures have also been implemented in the field of medicine with reported benefits. Baer (2003) presented her findings of the 12 emergency nurses who participated in the Mindfulness Meditation Exercises for the 8- week program, along with a one-hour, six-hour retreat. They subsequently reported such benefits as reducing their desire to focus on the negative aspects of their clients and increasing their ability to free their minds from the negative emotions of others and less mental and physical fatigue. In addition to setting negative feelings, nursing professions also need to be able to show sympathy and empathy for others.
Third, the practice of mentality is now introduced to the realm of higher education. According to a recent study by Mrazek (2013), Colleges and universities focusing on workload, as a means of increasing the standardized student college test scores (for example GRE and LSAT) Focusing on focus. It is believed that the use of mentality increases cognitive ability and concentration under pressure. The study included 30 undergraduate students. 15 students were randomly selected to participate in mindfulness education and 15 students were assigned to a control group. Standard training MBSR from 8 weeks of mental training divided into two groups were. The morning exercise was guided by an experienced meditation practitioner. Nightly suggestions were offered before studying or retiring at night. Their results reported that participants were more relaxed, confident, and least stressed than controls.
Finally, the approach to paying attention to parents is considered as a way to promote secure relationships between parents and children. With respect to ‘ mental parents, ‘ Suzuki (1970) suggests that the concentration of mentality eliminates the parent’s mentality of old habits and restrictions imposed by previous experiences, thus spontaneous opportunities that were not previously foreseen, do not allow. This means that mentality can reduce the parents’ desire to respond to their children according to the way they submit themselves. In structured mental focus training, parents are encouraged to focus their attention on one thing. While some parents may respond to their children without focusing on what is happening here and now. Practicing parenting minds reminds a few mental breaths before responding to rush or anger. Additionally, there is evidence that mental attitudes toward parents have a profound effect on those who practice. In particular, Gunuratana (1991) Suggests that changes in mental parenting improve the overall quality of life of parents, children, and others who are in contact with them. In contrast to the learning of a set of skills for changing behaviors, the concentration of mentality creates positive changes that appear to result from a change in the way a person minds in relation to events in their environment.
Therefore, research shows that exercising in the mind of consciousness has a positive impact on individuals, including the relationship between parents and children, the relationships of the spouse, friends, and others that are important in their lives. Parents can re-connect with their children, and see themselves as more intelligent, positive, and reliable parents. These parenting skills are essential for building confidence in children, as well as supporting support for schools, friendships, and overall academic success. It seems natural that actions like the growing mentality in the program for children and adolescents. The following section discusses the use of attention to children and the school environment.