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Self-compassion

self-compassion

Compassion comes easy to many. When we recognize another’s suffering, we are moved to extend ourselves, offering them kindness, care and consideration. Yet, self-compassion is different, something that many struggle…

A Powerful Antidote To Compassion Fatigue

A Powerful Antidote to Compassion Fatigue

I was recently invited to write an article about an antidote to compassion fatigue for unfold portland. Below is an excerpt. Click here for the full piece. Compassion fatigue is…

Mitigating Compassion Fatigue

“If your compassion does not include yourself, it is incomplete.” – Jack Kornfield As human beings we’re wired to feel what others feel. This trait is key to our survival.…

Self-Compassion Resources

Self-Compassion Resources

Self-compassion is when we offer kindness to ourselves in the midst of suffering or difficulty. It involves being motivated to both recognize and tend to the hurts within us. It…

The Compassionate Nature Of Mindfulness

The Compassionate Nature of Mindfulness

I was invited to write on the inherently compassionate nature of mindfulness for Source Yoga. Below is an excerpt. “It takes boldness, even audacity, to step out of our habitual…

Tonglen: A Practice In Compassion

Tonglen: A Practice in Compassion

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed about a compassion-based practice I've been turning to quite a bit lately - Tonglen. Stephanie Gailing, an astrologer and wellness consultant based out of Seattle,…

Introducing Stephanie Gailing, MS

Introducing Stephanie Gailing, MS

Introducing Stephanie Gailing, MS I'm really happy that I get to collaborate with my longtime friend, author and wellness astrologer Stephanie Gailing, MS, on Illumination-- a drop-in series on accessing…

Why Live Radiantly

Why Live Radiantly

Why Live Radiantly I believe that the world shifts for the better when we feel into our purpose and belonging, and then express ourselves from this place.  Moreover, the experience…

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