4 weeks to learn Self-Compassion Meditation

A very powerful meditation that is still unknown

Fatigue, stress, anxiety, burn-out and chronic dissatisfaction affect us all.

What you’ll learn

  • Gratitude Meditation.
  • Visualisation.
  • The essentials of mindfulness.
  • Learning to manage anger towards ourselves and others.
  • Protect yourself from depression and burn-out.
  • Learn to manage stress and anxiety.
  • Develop your well-being.
  • Improve Resilience.
  • Accepting your image and physique.
  • Energy Healing.
  • More about Buddhist Spirituality.
  • Breathing Techniques.
  • Relationship building.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 1 lecture • 4min.
  • Preliminary chapter –> 3 lectures • 11min.
  • Chapter 1 –> 2 lectures • 23min.
  • Chapter 2 –> 2 lectures • 19min.
  • Chapter 3 –> 2 lectures • 19min.
  • Chapter 4 –> 2 lectures • 19min.
  • Chapter 5 –> 2 lectures • 17min.
  • Chapter 6 –> 2 lectures • 15min.
  • Chapter 7 –> 2 lectures • 15min.
  • Chapter 8 –> 2 lectures • 13min.
  • Extra –> 1 lecture • 6min.
  • Conclusion –> 1 lecture • 1min.

4 weeks to learn Self-Compassion Meditation


Fatigue, stress, anxiety, burn-out and chronic dissatisfaction affect us all.


However, since 2003, self-compassion has flooded the scientific journals thanks to its benefits on the mind.

Its applications in the medical field are now recognised by the scientific community.


Self-compassion meditation and its benefits:

– Strengthening the immune system (MacBeth & Gumley, 2012).

– Reduced anxiety, depression, self-blame (Allen & Leary, 2010).

– Reduction of the negative effects of stress (Schnepper et al., 2020)

– Establishment of a sense of emotional safety (Algoe et al., 2019 )

– Resilience to trauma (Vernon et al., 2009 )

– Decreased levels of depression (Sirois & Wood, 2017)

– Higher levels of well-being (Nezlek, Newman & Thrash, 2017)

– Confidence in strangers (Drążkowski, Kaczmarek and Kashdan, 2017)

– Better quality of sleep (Jackowska, Brown, Ronaldson and Steptoe, 2016)

– Increased levels of endorphins, feel-good hormones, happiness. Fredrickson, BL, Cohn, MA, Coffey, KA, Pek, J. and Finkel, SM (2008).

“Studies indicate that self-compassion is linked to better mental health, with less risk of depression and anxiety, according to a meta-analysis of 14 studies on the subject” (MacBeth & Gumley, 2012).


How can this be done?

– By being kind, attentive and understanding towards ourselves instead of blaming ourselves for the slightest failure.

– By feeling and understanding our negative emotions, by realising their importance in our development. We no longer avoid them, but accept them as necessary.

– By improving our ability to face our difficulties, the fear of failure disappears and personal projects flourish.

– By seeing the situation with perspective rather than exaggerating it, ruminations disappear and the ego dissolves into mental calm.


The training

– Two chapters per week. All with your eyes closed.

– We will calm your mind with mindfulness, and then you will be guided through meditation.

– Each chapter will be dedicated to a suffering that we experience in our daily lives. The aim is to understand it in order to overcome it.

– It is about recognising the causes of your suffering, understanding that you have the capacity to overcome it, and then gaining confidence and commitment to transform your suffering.

– Through guided meditations, you will learn to forgive yourself, to better manage your emotions, to finally live the life you deserve to live.

– Once you have done the work for yourself, you will have the skills to help your loved ones so that they too can free themselves from their suffering.


Learn a topic that you will enjoy for the rest of your life





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