An Awareness Exercise To Acknowledge Unconscious Biases
Freeing myself from certain unconscious biases seemed to be the most difficult thing I could ever do. Until the day I tried one particular awareness exercise that proved to be most effective of all.
Quite unexpectedly, it all became clear to me during a mindfulness class, while chewing a raisin. It was a very simple awareness exercise: focus the attention on eating that sweet delight. While I was moving the raisin through my mouth, I realised it does not taste as sweet as I thought it would. Have I chosen a bad raisin from the jar? No, I have not . . .
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