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A COURSE IN MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION – How to be your own Best Friend and the Change you want to see in the World

Raphael Jay Adjani and Sascha Borree

January 23, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - March 20, 2021 @ 5:30 pm

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A COURSE IN MINDFUL SELF-COMPASSION – How to be your own Best Friend and the Change you want to see in the World

This is a Nine Week Online Training Programme in Wellbeing and Personal Growth
With Raphael Jay Adjani And Sascha Borrée,
Saturdays, 23 January – 20 March 2021

‘I’d thoroughly recommend this course to those who are open to working on themselves to discover new ways of living in a more expansive, fulfilling way.’
(former course participant)

In this course you learn how to:

1/ Enhance overall emotional well-being and resilience as well as reduce stress and anxiety
2/ Remain calm, centred, and able to figure out what you practically need the most, even in the midst of challenging situations
3/ Cultivate your core values: to use them as a beacon on your journey to a more fulfilled life
4/ Explore the active, empowering aspect of compassion as well as it’s soft, supportive side
5/ Substitute your inner critic with a more friendly voice – and motivate yourself even more efficiently in the process
6/ Use self-compassion practice to help you care more deeply and healthily for other people without sacrificing yourself
7/ Transform your relationships with the people and the world around you

Saturdays, 23 January – 20 March 2021
10:00-12:30 (New York) UTC-5
15:00-17:30 (London, Dublin, Lisbon) UTC+0
16:00-18:30 (Berlin, Paris, Madrid). UTC+1
19:30-22:00 (Delhi, Mumbai) UTC+4.5
22:00 – 22:30 (Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta) UTC+7

400 Euros – regular
300 Euros – for participants of our free introductory workshop and sign up afterward.

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Sascha teaches various mindfulness and compassion practices, such as Mindful Self-Compassion, MSC, and Compassionate (or Nonviolent) Communication, NVC. He is also training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, ACT, and in Focusing. His understanding of what it means to live compassionately is deeply rooted in his personal Zen practice. Sascha studies Zen in the lineage of the San Francisco Zen Centre, where he has done various intense multi-month practice periods. He currently resides at a Zen monastery in Germany and has been a resident at New Life Foundation, Thailand. Other than as a compassion and mindfulness teacher, Sascha also works as a writer and translator.


January 23, 2021 @ 3:00 pm
March 20, 2021 @ 5:30 pm
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