workshop self-compassion with Maureen Cooper

How to become your own best friend – The Path to Self-Compassion.
In deze workshop met Maureen Cooper leren we onze innerlijke criticus te herkennen en een nieuwe manier te onderzoeken om vriendelijker met onze zorgen en problemen om te gaan, onder andere door zelfcompassie te ontwikkelen. Voertaal Engels.

Evenementgegevens

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  • 9 december 2017 10:00 uur

  Van: 9 december 2017
  Starttijd: 10.00 uur
  Eindtijd: 17.00 uur
  Aantal lesdagen: 1
  Taal: Engels
  Instructeur(s): Maureen Cooper

  Standaardtarief: € 20,-
  Studententarief: € 10,-*
  Rigpa abonnementhouders: € 10,-

 

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Omschrijving

 

Ask yourself: when life gets hard how do you manage?

Are you able to show kindness to yourself and treat yourself as you would a good friend? Or do you find that there is a critical voice in your mind that nags away at you and tells you over, and over again that you are just not good enough? Most of us have some version of this harsh inner critic which pretends that it is there to help but in fact, often leaves us feeling down and insecure. Does this sound familiar? If your answer is ‘yes’, then this one day workshop could be just what you are looking for.

We will unpack the reasons why we tend to be hard on ourselves and explore new, kinder and more effective ways in which we can manage our worries and concerns. Through learning a whole range of simple exercises we can start to put together our own self-compassion kit and apply it whenever the need arises.

 

 

Maureen Cooper is the founding director of Awareness in Action, an organization dedicated to showing people how to combine well-being and excellence in the work environment. Drawing on more than twenty years of experience as a professional educator, senior manager in a non-profit organization, an entrepreneur and as an accomplished practitioner of Buddhist meditation, she leads the in-demand Awareness in Action workshops and training programs all over the United States and Europe. Her acclaimed book, The Compassionate Mind Guide to Reducing Stress is a groundbreaking effort that brings together the best of modern science and the wisdom of the world’s ancient contemplative traditions into a practical manual for thriving in today’s insanely fast-paced world.

When she’s able to take a break from rigors of the road, Maureen lives stress-free in Amsterdam, The Netherlands with her husband.


 

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