Perseverance and anchoring
How can we strengthen our tolerance for uncertainty?
Understanding our connectedness to a broader system and our role in it empowers self-awareness. This builds capacity for inner strength and perseverance – a space of inner resilience.
These capacities grow as we pay attention to those mundane tiny moments, where there is an opportunity to practise embodied intelligence.
Through practice, externally learned concepts can be experimented and internalised. We learn new patterns of thought and action that can bring permanence and provide an anchor – something we can root for in the midst of uncertainty, external pressures, haste and chaos. They can bring us resilience.
The process of internalising new habits and practices that push us away from our established mindsets and thinking routines can be called transformative learning.
“I learned to see others differently: as part of my flow, not obstacles between me and where I want to move.” – Participant in the CBCR pilot
“The deepest learning for me would be this: how to be aware of what other people do – the importance of listening and reflection.” – Participant in the CBCR pilot