Compassion is the empathic desire to alleviate suffering and it’s often thought of as the highest form of love. Compassion flows from the interconnectedness between humans and is inherent to any successful spiritual process. Not only is compassion part of the solution for psychological suffering, science is increasingly revealing that compassion rewires brainwave patterns which support our overall well-being. Compassion is directly linked to changes in physiological processes that improve our immune systems. Scientific evidence further highlights that self-compassion is critical in the management of stress and relationships. This one-day workshop illuminates the neurobiological phenomenon of compassion, and inspires us to engage in mindful compassionate practice for our own well-being as well as for the people around us.
Participants will develop an understanding of:
- The connection between compassion and early childhood attachment.
- The science of mindfulness and its impact upon the brain and the body’s physiology.
- The impact of compassion upon our relational skills and interactions.
- Everyday habits and mindful steps that enhance compassionate living.
Entre-Suites, 67 West Street, Medfield, MA
Event Fee: $197 (includes lunch)
Note: If interested, sign up today, as we’re limited to 50 students at this intimate event. Please note that all registrations are final (we are not able to reimburse you if you can’t attend the event).
This event takes place in an intimate setting to facilitate community and connection. This will allow for a focused and close experience of both the topic and our lovely (inside and out) Guide. This also means that we are already past 50% seating capacity for this event that was announced in May.
Your registration will be complete upon receipt of your tuition. If your check arrives and we’re at max capacity, we’ll simply return your check.
Please make checks out to Laurie Warren and mail to P.O. Box 545, Norfolk, MA 02056.
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