Effective Communication

  • by Alexis
  • Course level: All Levels


You might have heard the famous saying, “What goes around comes around”.
The same rule applies to how you communicate with people. Others will communicate and share with you in the same way that you communicate with them. Communication is, without a doubt, the most important skill you will ever learn.

The act of being present and aware of what you are saying to others without passing judgement is known as mindful communication. It entails thinking about how your words will affect others around you before speaking. It entails thinking about what you’re saying and how it could affect the person on the other end of your remarks.

The act of being attentive and present in our daily lives is known as mindfulness. Mindful communication can help individuals comprehend one another, express themselves more clearly, which can strengthen the relationships. This course is designed to meet all of your communication skills training needs in one place. 

This course covers a wide range of communication situations and demands, including how to communicate during a job interview, asking for a raise, speaking one-on-one, and speaking in front of big audiences. It also covers how to speak in front of a large group, as well as how to give a wedding speech and even a eulogy. You’ll also learn how to persuade and express yourself. 

Meedyo’s “Effective Communication” course can allow you to liberate your mind by connecting you to your past experiences and providing you with new ideas based on curiosity, openness, and acceptance. It will also help you concentrate better. As your social skills improve, your leadership talents  skyrocket, allowing you to speak effectively in any setting.

Why do you need this course

Conscious mindful interactions are not about being perfect or trying to control an outcome, it’s a commitment by people involved in the conversation to understand one another and take each other’s needs into account. 

Meedyo’s “Effective Communication” course is for everyone who wants to improve their self-confidence, inner peace, awareness, and lead a better life without any restrictions. This course is designed for entrepreneurs, business owners, energy healers, students, and anybody else interested in learning how meditation may aid in successful communication and how they can benefit from it.

How to begin

This course discusses the psychological mechanics underpinning Mindfulness practice and its relationship to successful communication in an easy-to-understand manner, emphasizing not only “how,” but also “why.” It will encourage you to continue practicing and will improve your discernment about how to incorporate it into your everyday activities since you will have a better understanding of how mindfulness links to ideas and life events. This will make developing effective communication simpler.

Being present and aware of one’s thoughts, feelings, actions, and goals while listening to another person communicate is the first step towards communicating mindfully. Mindless communication is reactionary and superficially processed communication. To communicate thoughtfully requires effort and consistency.

Key Takeaways

  • How to develop effective communication by achieving self-confidence and inner peace, through mindfulness and lead your life in the best way possible.
  • Understand how the brain and mind work, and align them together.
  • Learn how to achieve mindfulness and self-confidence with simple meditation which you can practice in your daily life.
  • Understand the state of mind and consciousness and why it helps in mastering effective communication.
  • Discover the secrets of adjusting your energy to achieve inner peace and a better state of mind.
  • How to unlock the chains of things stuck in the conscious mind that have been holding you back.

Topics for this course

32 Lessons2h


Effective Communication00:00:00
Learning and Language00:00:00
Ontological Learning00:00:00
400 Years Ago00:02:26
The Human Being00:03:24
Phenomenon Of Language00:03:24
Introducing Speech Acts00:01:42

Speech Acts – Part 1 – Requests / Offers / Promises

Speech Acts – Part 2 – Assertions / Assessments / Declarations


Body Dispositions

Supplementary Video Resources

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6 Courses

13 students

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