Self-Acceptance

Thirty-Seconds Meditation

This thirty-seconds meditation has two components: a breathing part and a thinking part. The basis is using your deep breath as a container for a specific thought. First, you practice deep breathing until you can produce a breath that lasts about five seconds on the inhale and slightly longer on the exhale. Learning to do this will take you only [...] »

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You have the right to be here

Ella appeared last Monday in our self-compassion group. Stephan had read Rumi’s poem “What was said to the rose” and paused to ask us: “What do you think was said to the rose that made it open? And to the inhabitants of the town of Chigil that makes them so handsome?”  Then Ella appeared. In my mind that is. Ella [...] »

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Awakening is not the absence of pain

In my courses, you learn how to live differently in relation to your pain. You are invited to touch, to embrace the nature of your experience without judging it. Your experience is neither good nor bad, it simply is. With acceptance, there is much more freedom in your life. Our work is an invitation to be present to your [...] »

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