How to Increase Compassion for Yourself and Others
Compassion – it starts from within.
Feeling compassion for myself, throughout the ups and downs of life, allows me to relax and be content with the path I have chosen. Regardless of the outcome, that path has lead me to this moment, and for that I am grateful. The more I feel compassion for myself and my choices, the easier I find compassion for others and their choices. Everyone has to learn to live and find love one step at a time.
BE COMPASSIONATELY CONSISTENT
Try to be consistent with your compassionate heart. Love yourself and others without condition.
You can approach your relationships in the same way – with unconditional compassion to connect and interact on a deeper level.
BE THE CHANGE
As with Ghandi’s encouragement to “Be the change you want to see in the world”; you can discover inner truth. Be honest and offer unlimited compassion for yourself and your actions to change your view of the world.
Research shows that those who lead self-compassionate (the ability to treat yourself as a friend) lives, are more resilient, have better relationships and are full of vitality and happiness.
“May all beings be happy.” – Sanskrit Prayer
See you on your mats. Sweat, stretch & smile,
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