Anam Thubten gives insight about self-discovery. To ask what do I want most. That what we know ‘everybody wants happiness’ is not really entirely true.
James Baraz describes the characteristics of the tall poppy and shrinking violet to oppression and benevolence. The mind can be arrogant and can be humble.
James Baraz talks about trust in relation to self-discovery. And how it relates to believing, and how it facilitates the opening of doors to Dharma.
Phillip Moffitt leads a mediation to explore about our lives’ story. 1st is to acknowledge the absolute necessity of the narrative. Letting go is another.
Jack Kornfield tells about tending to yourself and the world by caring for each other. He tells a story about a student desperate to get home to his Mom.
Appreciate your compassion with this self compassion guided meditation by Sean Fargo. Take your mind into a difficult situation and internalize.
Just Like Me guided meditation by Sean Fargo focuses on the appreciation of your likeness with others. To feel the shared experience as human beings, open channels of compassion.
Mark Coleman leads a meditation- Working with your Inner Critic. It’s unusual because in this meditation he allows inviting a little judgment.
In this self-compassion break exercise, Kristin Neff teaches us how to take a moment to offer ourselves compassion in the middle of a hectic day. Our tendency (when it comes to our mindfulness practice)
Kristin Neff leads a guided meditation Noting Your Emotions. It’s a practice of noting whatever arises in the experience. First, get into a position where you can be relaxed and alert.
This meditation by Kristin Neff is a variant of the classic loving-kindness meditation but tailored particularly on self-compassion.
Wes Nisker talks about the topic You Are Not Your Fault. Wes explains that our existence is no accident, that we are all part of an intricate nature.
Rick Hanson talks about Self-compassion Practice. It is easy to feel compassion towards others than to yourself simply because we don’t feel much concerned.
Rick Hanson talks about Being For Yourself. To learn how to do this, we apply the wisdom from Buddhism and lessons from modern psychology and neuroscience.
Tara Brach talks about the topic Self-Compassion. In these difficult times, we’re often cruel on ourselves. It’s necessary to have self-compassion to bring the fullness of our being.
Sharon Salzberg talks about Faith in Ourselves. Thoughts are impermanent, they come and go at whim. It causes us to be forgiving to ourselves or have faith.
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