Instead of being a marathon runner, waiting for that self-care moment in the morning or evening,
become an interval sprinter, aware of your span of attention and daily landmarks to address your needs.
If we are to invite compassion in others, we need to experience compassion ourselves first. “What do I need?” is a fundamental question of a CI practitioner that desires to be present, self aware and attuned to self firstly and secondly with the client. But what is in the way of our self-care practice and how can we incorporate short and effective self-care practices into our day? Instead of being a marathon runner, waiting for that self-care moment in the morning or evening, become an interval sprinter, aware of your span of attention and daily landmarks to address your needs. Find delight in nourishing yourself and reconnect with your playful and joyful inner child.
An Experiential Inquiry on Compassionate Inquiry Annual Conference 2022 (Compassionate Inquiry is a method of Dr. Gabor Mate)
Paula and Doris shared results of a self-care survey conducted within the Compassionate Inquiry community and offer valuable and quick self-care practices that offer huge impact. This experiential workshop provided practical and empowering well-being tools to nourish your nervous system through micro-moments of self-care, breath, gratitude, mindful movement and more. This was a dynamic playful workshop, where you engaged in a powerful experiential practice of self-compassion, playfulness and self-care.
Read more here: https://compassionateinquiry.com/cl-conf-speaker-day-3/
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