Compassion, including self-compassion is a highly powerful and transformative emotional state, which is known not only for improving self-esteem, reduce depression, overcoming self-criticism, but also as the first step towards a path of authentic spirituality.
Qi Rattan working with the Institute of Mindfulness and Transpersonal psychology have created a ‘Journey Through Compassion’, a powerful ‘metta meditation’ within the profoundly healing Shabad, ‘Rakhe Rakhanhaar’.
“Journey Through Compassion” is a beautiful empowering and healing meditation, the panacea to health, self-esteem, wellbeing, as well as healing and strengthening relationships with self, others, nature and Existence. The combination of Gurbani with loving-kindness meditation offers for the first time a self-healing and spiritually transforming process for everyone. Self-compassion is known to increase happiness, optimism, wisdom, curiosity and exploration, personal initiative, and emotional intelligence.
“Self-compassion is associated with positive psychological strengths such as happiness, optimism, wisdom, curiosity and exploration, personal initiative, and emotional intelligence (Heffernan, Grifﬁn, McNulty, & Fitzpatrick, 2010; Hollis-Walker & Colosimo, 2011; Neff, Rude, & Kirkpatrick, 2007). Another strength of being self-compassionate is the ability to cope effectively with life stressors such as academic failure (Neff, Hseih, & Dejitthirat, 2005), divorce (Sbarra, Smith, & Mehl, 2012), childhood maltreatment (Vettese, Dyer, Li, & Wekerle, 2011), or chronic pain (Costa & Pinto-Gouveia, 2011).”
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