MSC teachers Bal Phipps and Carolin Grampp (in the UK and Ireland), in conjunction with CMSC, are offering a regular online meditation offering for graduates of MSC who would like to join with like-minded people to practice MSC meditations in English. CMSC will provide the online infrastructure for this offering. Click here for more information.
Aimee Eckhardt and Bal Phipps (in the US and UK), in conjunction with CMSC, will offer a new, 8-month-long, Community for Deepening Practice (CDP) program for MSC graduates who would like to deepen their self-compassion skills over the longer term with other graduates in English. Click here for more information.
CMSC has a virtual meditation group on the app, Insight Timer. Practicing self-compassion requires some degree of mindfulness so that we can get some perspective on our emotions. Once we can see our emotions in a balanced way, we can see that we suffer in the same way as all human beings. From that understanding, we can bring kindness to our shared experience of suffering. This group supports the mindfulness component of a self-compassion practice.
Please go to www.insighttimer.com to find out more about Insight Connect. The “Center for Mindful Self-Compassion” group is open to anyone wanting to meditate with others in order to strengthen mindfulness within a self-compassion practice. Please also see the “Guided Meditations” section on Insight Timer for some MSC meditations by Kristin Neff, Christopher Germer and other experienced MSC teachers around the world in a variety of languages.
We have a Google group for MSC graduates from around the world to share experiences, insights, questions, poems, and anything related to self-compassion practice.