Let’s celebrate summer solstice together 🙂
This day marks the ancient middle of summer. It has significance for many who believe that midsummer day holds a special power. Midsummer’s eve was believed to be a time when the veil between this world and the next is at its thinnest, and when fairies were thought to be at their most powerful.
I’m not sure what the fairies can do for us in 2020 but certainly it always pays to pay special care and attention to our wellbeing.
Mindful self-compassion is the foundation of emotional healing—being aware in the present moment when we’re struggling with feelings of inadequacy, despair, confusion, and other forms of stress (mindfulness) and responding with kindness and understanding (self-compassion). Mindful self-compassion also means holding difficult emotions—fear, anger, sadness, shame and self-doubt—and ourselves, in loving awareness, leading to greater ease and well-being in our daily lives.
Mindful self-compassion can be learned by anyone. It’s the practice of repeatedly evoking good will toward ourselves especially when we’re suffering—cultivating the same desire that all living beings have to live happily and free from suffering. And as the Dalai Lama says, self-compassion is the first step toward compassion for others.
The workshop is suitable for everyone from complete beginners to experienced practitioners. It fun, practical and experiential. I’ve been running this workshop for over six years and people regularly re-attend. 🙂
It is possible to buy a ticket as a gift, the person just needs to give the name the ticket was booked under when they check in with me on the day.
Please bring your own yoga mat if you have one and a blanket to stay cosy during deep relaxation.
Thank you, I look forward to seeing you on zoom.
|Dates:||Saturday 20 June|
|Location:||Your own space|