The Center for Self-Compassion Awareness, Asheville, NC
390 Merrimon Ave. Asheville, NC 28801 | 828-231-2478 | firstname.lastname@example.org
We are providing Mindful Self-Compassion trainings in Asheville, NC. Our mission is to bring the cutting edge of Mindfulness Self Compassion to our community, with commitment and dedication.
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Listen: Dr.Jon Kabat Zinn and Dr. James Doty
This is a moment to come into presence. We are all feeling, hearing, seeing and touching something, wouldn't it be wonderful to be present to it; to rest in the present moment easily and without effort.
Linda Hamilton and Deborah Burns
For further information regarding the details of this Mindful Self Compassion course, click the link below; Mindful Self-Compassion
The new 8 week training will begin September 14th, 2016 will complete on Nov. 2nd. We will have a half day retreat also. The class will be held on Wednesday evenings, from 5:30-8:30 pm. Please call Linda for more information at 828-231-2478
Please note: This is a skill building experiential workshop. This is an 8 week cours, there are a limited amount of scholarships available. The classes will be held at 390 Merrimon Ave. Asheville, NC 28801. Please call to register for this rare experience.
In this program, you’ll learn:
- how to reduce Shame.
- how to motivate yourself with loving kind encouragement rather than harsh criticism
- how to stop beating yourself up
- how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease.
- how to become your own best friend
- how to transform difficult relationships, both old and new.
- how mindfulness and self-compassion practices benefit daily life
- the theory and research behind mindful self-compassion will be presented
Self compassion combined with Mindful awareness brings the opportunity for peace.
Mindfulness Self Compassion
The Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) program will be presented by Linda Hamilton and Deborah Burns, Mindful Self Compassion teachers. Research has shown that self-compassion greatly enhances emotional wellbeing. It boosts happiness, reduces anxiety and depression, and can even help maintain healthy lifestyle habits such as diet and exercise.
Most of us feel compassion when a close friend is struggling. What would it be like to receive the same caring attention whenever you needed it most? All that’s required is shift in our attention—recognizing that as a human being, you, too, are a worthy recipient of compassion.
Linda and Deborah have been trained by the leaders in the field of Mindful Self-Compassion. Their teachers are: Steven Hickman, PsyD, Michelle Becker, M.A., LMFT. Christopher K. Germer, PhD, and Christine Braehler, DClinPsy
In ordinary life, we have the ability to choose differently.
We can invoke the sacred, and enjoy the breath of a beautiful life.
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