Childhood trauma can have a lasting impact on our lives, affecting our self-worth, relationships, and overall well-being. It can lead to shame and a deep sense of not being enough.
Healing is a process of many practices practiced over time.
Self-compassion is a vital component of this process and practice, offering a gentle and important way to address the wounding and foster deep core healing.
In today’s video, I’ll walk you through one of the practices in Deeply Rooted, my book which focuses on cultivating self-compassion, self-acceptance & healing.
I’d love for you to join me in this practice and let me know what came up for you by sharing it in the comments below.
Together, let's foster a world where self-compassion flourishes, and healing becomes more accessible for everyone. Together we heal. ❤️
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This podcast is for informational purposes and is not mental health advice nor a replacement for professional mental health treatment.
- We have thousands of thoughts per day, many of which are negative and reinforce negative beliefs about ourselves.
- Self-compassion is a practice that can help us challenge and change these negative thoughts.
- Self-compassion involves recognizing the truth of who we are, acknowledging our mistakes without self-blame or self-hatred, and understanding that we are worthy and enough.
- Practicing self-compassion can lead to healing and a shift in how we perceive ourselves and show up in the world.
- Self-compassion is the antidote to shame and can help us replace negative thoughts with compassionate and understanding ones, leading to more healing and self-acceptance.
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