Sep 17, 2012 · 6:30 PM
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Self-compassion can be learned by anyone. It involves generating feelings of kindness and care toward yourself as a imperfect human being, and learning to be present with the inevitable struggles of life with greater ease. This course will provide you with simple tools for giving yourself the support you need whenever you suffer, fail, or feel inadequate.
We all want to avoid pain, but letting it in – and responding compassionately to our own suffering – is an essential step toward living a happier, more fulfilling life.
In this course you will learn:
- how to stop being so hard on yourself
- how to handle difficult emotions with greater ease
- how to motivate yourself with encouragement rather than criticism
- mindfulness and self-compassion practices for home and everyday life
Dates: Six Mondays 18.30 – 21.30 every second week, 17 September – 26 November
Course Fee: 1800 kroner, 1600 kroner for students and unemployed
Place: Human Being Center | Skindergade 23, 2. Sal | 1159 København
Max 15 participants
Registration: [masked], Tel: +45/[masked]
Stephan Wormland, born 1965 in Germany, MA in clinical psychology and trained in Gestalt therapy. He has studied and practiced meditation in multible Buddhist traditions for over 25 years. Stephan was a monk in the Tibetan tradition for 11 years and teaches meditation in Buddhist centers in Europe. Since 2009 he has studied Radiant Mind with Peter Fenner and attended his nondual teacher training.
Jetthe Fabioola, born 1960 in Denmark, MA in Anthropology, mother of two children and co-founder of the Danish Association for the Study of Dreams and Børneuniversitetet på Vesterbro. Trained by Monte Ullman she conducts dream groups and leads pedagogical dreamwork and Dream Drama. She is influenced by 25 years of apprenticeship with wise men and women, as an anthropologist specializing in dreams and child culture; in classical Jungian psychoanalysis; in leadership training with Dr. Montague Ullman and cybernetic dream-work at the Vedfelt Institute.