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The Self-Acceptance Project: How to Be Kind and Compassionate Toward Yourself in Any Situation

Condition: BRAND NEW
ISBN: 9781622034673
Author(s): Tami Simon
Format: Paperback
Year: 2016
Publisher: Sounds True
Dimensions: 152 x 229 x 15 (w x l x h)
Pages: 208

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Even after years of spiritual practice, self-improvement, or therapy, many of us still have trouble with one essential challenge: self-acceptance. How do we stop from constantly judging ourselves as inadequate, finding fault with our bodies, or being plagued by our inner critics? The Self-Acceptance Project was created to help us find a solution. In this collection of essays, contemporary luminaries in spirituality, psychology, and creativity offer insights and teachings for truly embracing who we are no matter what our circumstances, including: Waking Up from the Trance of Unworthiness Tara Brach illuminates the source of self-rejection and offers a powerful process to reverse unconscious patterns Compassion for the Self-Critic Dr. Kristin Neff shows how self-judgment is often a misplaced but well-meaning survival instinct Held, Not Healed Jeff Foster on making the space to accept anything that arises with open-hearted curiosity No Strangers in the Heart poet Mark Nepo helps us reconnect to the sense of deep aliveness that we were born with Taking in the Good Dr. Rick Hanson offers effective neuroscience-based insights and practices for overcoming our negativity bias Transforming Self-Criticism into Self-Compassion Dr. Kelly McGonigal reveals practical strategies for changing the habitual way we treat ourselves Why is it often so much easier to feel compassion and forgiveness toward others than toward ourselves? Please click here to ask a question
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