The Power of Being Kind to Yourself
A powerful, 90-minute workshop to learn the science of -- and practice and experience -- the power of self-compassion, and its profound transformative potential!
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Do you notice that you criticize and judge yourself regularly? Do you find it challenging to be kind to yourself?
Do you tend to be hard on yourself, perhaps with the idea that doing so will motivate you to do or BE better somehow?
Do you feel disconnected from yourself and others, like you're going at whatever 'it' is alone?
Do you think self-compassion is a form of self-pity -- or a cover for self-indulgence?
Are you ready to experience a more powerful -- and empowered -- way of being in your life to achieve greater calm, contentment AND connection, both with yourself and others?
Compassion is your birthright. Your humanity, ability to think and feel, and desire to be happy warrant compassion.
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Join me for a powerful workshop where you will:
Understand the concept and science of self-compassion and its myriad benefits;
Experience how and why being kind to yourself has been proven to increase positive mind-states and lead to greater personal and professional empowerment;
Gain two (2) tangible tools to practice self-compassion;
Emerge more empowered with an experience of this revolutionary practice, and equipped with strategies to support an enhanced experience of living.
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Welcome! I am so excited you're here to explore Practicing Self-Compassion: The Power of Being Kind to Yourself. Self-compassion has been a transformative practice for me; it has played a huge role in enhancing my relationship with myself, supported me to make more aligned and proactive decisions; and allowed me to cultivate more calm, clarity, confidence, and contentment in my life.
I know well the critical voice that is 'supposed' to help me motivate and succeed, and I also know its cost -- AND a better way! I know the fear of being 'soft' or 'weak' -- and that it is a story, NOT truth. I know that my capacity to be compassionate towards other is directly influenced by my ability to be self-compassionate.