• P.O. Box 28, Round Hill, VA 20142

Self-compassion: A Path to Well Being – Wed 12/23 7-830 PM – every other week

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Date(s) - December 23, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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“Self-compassion is key because when we’re able to be gentle with ourselves in the midst of shame, we’re more likely to reach out, connect, and experience empathy.” Brene’ Brown

Self-compassion is a vital resource for any of us to take along on the pathway way to well-being. Dr. Kristin Neff one of the most respected researchers in Self-Compassion says that self-compassion has a significant positive association with – Happiness, Optimism, Positive affect, Wisdom, Personal Initiative, Curiosity and exploration, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, and Extroversion.

In today’s world full of so much chaos filled with negative talk self-compassion is needed now more than ever. Beginning on Wednesday, November 11th, 7:00 – 8:30 PM Imagine will host an online conversation every other Wednesday centered around Dr. Kristin Neff’s The Mindful Self-Compassion Workbook – A Proven Way to Accept Yourself, Build Inner Strength, and Thrive.

It is not necessary to purchase the workbook, yet it will enhance your experience. Each week’s gathering will be a “standalone”, meaning you do not have to attend each session in order to benefit from the conversations.

Once you reply yes to attend you the link will be visible to join the Zoom conversation.

Dave Norman is one of the founders of Imagine Well Being and passionately believes in the transforming power of intentional community and mindfulness practice. He has many years of experience in contemplative practice and spiritual leadership. Dave believes in the profound importance of building bridges of understanding and compassion in this tumultuous time of change.

Pam Dilucente is on the Imagine Well Being Lead Team and believes in the transforming power of intentional community and mindfulness meditation with a focus on self-compassion. Pam has been personally integrating the work of Dr. Kristin Neff, a leader in the field of research based self-compassion, into her personal and professional life.

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