9 articles found for "08 - The compassion myth"
Our brains are essential equipment, yet we don't always take great care of them. With these basic mind maintenance tips, you can keep yours working a whole lot better!
Feeling fatigued? The best way to recover can be to get back to basics. Discover 5 super-simple strategies for when you are running on empty...
Why do we often show more compassion for a friend than we do for ourselves?
Drop the double-standard. It's time to be far, far nicer to yourself.
Kindness is the glue that holds organisations together. Unfortunately it's often completely overlooked and undervalued.
10 mindfulness found for “08 - The compassion myth”
This practise enables you to centre your mind and body, reconnecting to a sense of grounded, balanced awareness. During the practise you are guided to anchor into the nourishing and soothing qualities of the breath.
This mindful compassion practise supports you to bring a sense of care, warmth and kindness towards what your mind and body when processing the challenges of pandemic stress.
This mindful compassion practise supports you to bring a sense of care, warmth and kindness towards what your mind and body when processing a challenging experience or situation.
This mindful compassion practise supports you to reconnect with the present moment and foster a sense of warmth, kindness and care towards your body and mind.
This short mindfulness practise helps you to reconnect with the nourishing and supportive quality of your breath.
3 events found for “08 - The compassion myth”
Deepen your practise with self-compassion with this 4-part series, hosted by senior psychologist & meditation teacher, Dr Sadhbh Joyce.
Discover effective self-care strategies and practical steps you can take to restore balance and wellbeing.
10 books found for “08 - The compassion myth”
Take care of yourself as you care for others with this accessible, easy-to-follow self-care guide to relax and rejuvenate.
From the bestselling author of When Things Fall Apart, an open-hearted call for human connection, compassion, and learning to love the world just as it is during these most challenging times.
Dr Kristin Neff explores our notion of self-kindness & its capacity to transform our lives, showing women how to balance tender self-acceptance with fierce action to claim their power & change the world.
Are you kinder to others than you are to yourself? This science-based workbook offers a step-by-step approach to breaking free of harsh self-judgments and impossible standards in order to cultivate emotional well-being.
Through a blend of Western psychology & Eastern spiritual practices, world-renowned meditation teacher Dr Tara Brach reveals how to find healing & freedom through the sources of love, courage & wisdom alive within us all.
5 videos found for “08 - The compassion myth”
A brief introduction to ‘The Compassion Myth’, the eighth session of the Mindarma program by Senior Psychologist Dr Sadhbh Joyce.
Mark Kelly explains how after meeting 5,000 people within recruitment and his podcast guests he has discovered just how powerfully random acts of kindness can impact on happiness, productivity and positive transformations in society.
Do we need more of doing less? Is busyness robbing us of our humanity? Are you so busy that you’re actually kind of surprised you read this far? Sam Richardson explores our need to stay busy and how it affects our happiness by following the lives of two crazy-busy people in this short film.
Steve Chapman shines a light on his inner critic – that whisper in his ear that constantly tells him he isn’t good enough and that he should never try anything new or risk making a fool of himself.
Dr Brené Brown details some very interesting research findings & describes the challenge of embracing her own vulnerabilities & imperfections. Discover why self-compassion is so important to resilience and how it can make you feel worthy of love, belonging & joy.
5 quotes found for “08 - The compassion myth”
We need to do a better job of putting ourselves higher on our own ‘to-do’ list.
You’ve been criticising yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.
When you plant a tree, if it doesn’t grow well, you don’t blame the tree. You look into the reasons it isn’t doing well. It may need fertilizer or more water or less sun. We never blame the tree.
A moment of self-compassion can change your entire day. A string of such moments can change the course of your life.
I refuse to believe that you cannot be both compassionate and strong.