Shame is everywhere. It mingles with other difficult emotions like anger, guilt or fear. Shame can be paralyzing and cause us to become inhibited. The eyes of compassion allow for new insights on shame that loosen its clinging grip:
These three insights correspond to the three components of self-compassion as defined by Kristin Neff (2003): self-esteem, shared humanity, and mindfulness.
Explore the nature of shame, its causes, and learn skills to recognize shame and transform those feelings through the power of self-compassion. Participants may encounter difficult emotions but will learn ways to transform their emotions through mindful self-compassion.
In this program, you learn