Why Continue Your
You don’t expect your mobile phone to continue working without charging it up; so why do you expect your mind, body and heart to keep going without a loving or compassionate recharge? Just like your mobile, you too need recharging.
As a graduate of Mindful Self-Compassion, you will know that self-compassion is dose dependent. Without regular practice you can easily be swept away by the busy-ness of your life and swallowed up by negative core beliefs and tricky habits of mind that may have been running you all your life. Growing your self-compassion skills can be really tough when you are on your own. There are many potential barriers to sustaining your practice alone.
“Being part of this community of wonderful humans helps me to grow in common humanity and learn to love, accept and take care of myself and others, even in the midst of struggle.
It's a sanctuary, without demands or judgement, where I can fully show up each week.”
Katya Brooks, Environmental Public Health Scientist at Public Health England
Problem 1: Remembering
The number one problem our Kind Mind Grads share is their ability to remember to apply their MSC skills in moments of difficulty.
Problem 3: Grow
The third problem is to remember they are not alone when things are tough.