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 and capacity to learn. Compassion is also 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, relationships and productivity. Putting all these into action is important to reap the benefits of active compassion. This unique one-day workshop shines light on the neurobiological phenomenon of compassion, and inspires us to engage in mindful and active compassionate practice for two vital reasons: for our own well-being as well as for the people around us.
Participants will be able to: