Below are the best resources we could find featuring kristin neff about compassion.
The field of compassion science has surged in the past decade as researchers are studying a myriad of powerful ways compassion practices can improve health and strengthen relationships.
Kristin Neff guides us through a twenty-minute compassion meditation, first directing kind phrases to ourselves and then to others.
Panel with Kristin Neff, Sharon Salzberg, and Brother David Steindl-Rast at Wisdom 2.0 2014
As soon as you notice you’re suffering, you automatically embrace yourself with compassion.
When you’re helping others cope with stress and anxiety, how do you deal with your own? Psychiatrist Elizabeth Guinto tries a practice to be kinder to herself.
Do you beat yourself up over every mistake? A high school senior tries to be kinder to himself during an especially stressful time.
Want to calm your inner critic? Our guest tries a practice to find more self-compassion during uncertain times.
Compassion is not only relevant to those who are blameless victims, but also to those whose suffering stems from failures, personal weakness, or bad decisions. You know, the kind you and I make every day.
What happens when we suppress our anger? And what if we tried to work with it instead? Our guest tries a practice to harness her inner fierceness to care for herself.
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