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The Mindful Self-Compassion Training Course presents new mindfulness and new self-compassion practices to calm and soothe our self to promote ease of living, effective problem-solving and satisfying relationships. It has transform the life of many!
Mindfulness increases our ability to deal with the inevitable stresses and struggles with more calm. When we add Self-Compassion to Mindfulness we increase our power of transformation. Mindfulness and Self-compassion allows us to live with more balance and become our own best friend. Through mindulness and self-compassion we gain more resilience, build on our resources, to motivate ourselves with encouragement, to care for others, and to be fully human. The Mindful Self-Compassion Training Program is an experiential journey; an adventure in self-discovery and self-kindness.
Mindful Self-Compassion is a way to ease sress, difficult thoughts and emotions while promoting a healthy lifestyle, diet and exercise. Compassion has the greatest power on earth to transform. It contains what we all yearn for: feelings of acceptance, comfort, care, kindness and love. What happens when we turn this power onto ourselves? Mindful Self-compassion is a brave new way to care for ourselves that is healthy and uplifting. The program consist of more than 25 easy, simple ways to soothe and calm ourselves in times of stress.
This Mindfulness and Self-Compassion training programs is for everyone, but it has been especially popular among parents, parents to be and professionals such as teachers, counselors, psychologists, social workers, nurses, medical practitioners, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, trainers, coaches and yoga instructors. CPD certificates of 24 hours are available at the completion of the traininng course.
Self-compassion is re-defined as the ability to care, to soothe and to comfort ourselves when we need it. It is revolutionizing self-care and emotional coping skills in psychology. Mindful Self-Compassion is a skill building program to harness this power to cultivate our inner strengths. We courageously attend to ourself in our difficulties with kindness, as a good friend would. Developing self-compassion is to acquire an attitude of good will towards ourselves and to be able to effectively attend to ourselves when times are tough.
Self-Compassion is not sainthood, self-indulgence, narcissism or self-pity but a brave new way to relate to our shame, anger, anxiety and distress by reconnecting with ourselves and others in order to ease our pain and gain greater emotional strength and well-being. The practice of self-compassion can create dramatic changes for the better in all aspects of our life. Mindful Self-Compassion teaches us how to be aware in the present moment of our difficult feelings of inadequacies, despair, confusion (mindfulness) and to respond not with harsh negative judgments but rather with self-kindness and understanding. Mindful Self-Compassion also means showing up to our difficult emotions of fear, anger, frustration, depression, shame and self-doubt, in loving awareness to promote greater ease, learning and happiness in our lives. (Chris Germer)
Research findings over the last 15 years support the benefits of the practice of mindfulness and self-compassion by promoting better health, well-being, satisfying relationships and a sense of self-worth. More specifically it:
• activates brain circuits to promote a sense of comfort, pleasure and reward
• promotes a sense of relaxation and calm
• reduces risk of heart disease by boosting the positive effects of the vagus nerve
• increases resilience to stress promoting emotional resources
• strengthens the immune system and lowers stress hormones
• maintain healthy lifestyle habits such as diet/exercise, assist in maintaining healthy weight
• Increases positive emotions such as happiness, curiosity, enthusiasm, interest, inspiration, and excitement, while a decrease in negative emotions such as rumination, depression, anxiety, pain, hatred, disgust, jealousy, shame, care giver fatigue and anger
• promote better communication, social intelligence and stronger relationships
• increase sense of well-being, with greater life satisfaction, social connectedness, happiness, and optimism
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