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Photo by Stocksy. When you commit to practicing compassion, your relationships become more intimate. Negative feelings will start to lessen. Your mind becomes quieter, allowing you to receive clearer inner guidance.
You become more attractive to people you meet because they can feel your heart. You feel the deep fulfillment of knowing you are contributing to a more loving world. But what exactly is compassion? And how do we cultivate it in everyday life? Here are a few tips:. Most of us have harsh inner critics who judge us, put us down, and punish us when we make mistakes.
To practice more self-compassiontry the inner child meditation technique you can download free as part of my Fulfill Your Calling kit. As the saying goes, "Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle. But in reality, we are all one. Practice shifting your perspective away from exclusively thinking about how something affects you. But it does mean expanding your awareness to make room for the interconnectedness that unites us all. My religion is kindness. Authentic kindness stems from a place of wholeness within, where there is no separation between the giver and the receiver.
Releasing judgment of others starts with letting go of self-judgments. Rachel Naomi Remen, M. When you listen generously to people, they can hear truth in themselves, often for the first time.
And in the silence of listening, you can know yourself in everyone. Eventually, you may be able to hear, in everyone and beyond everyone, the unseen singing softly to itself and to you. If you hold on to unhealed traumayou'll likely traumatize others unintentionally. Just as the abused child often grows up to become the abuser, inner turmoil tends to inflict outer turmoil. If you are in need of deep inner healing, seek out the support of a skilled therapist, spiritual counselor, or life coach who can facilitate your inner transformation.
When you do the work to heal your psyche and connect to your soul, compassion is a natural by-product. Try being fully present with everyone you encounter. Make eye contact. Notice body language. See if you can really feel what the other might be thinking beneath the words.
When you are truly present, your presence has a tendency to be experienced as compassion. In order to truly offer compassion to others, you first have to fill yourself. Once you tend to your own needs, you can serve others from a place of overflowing love, energy, and abundance. You feel so good that you want to share your bounty with those who can use a little uplifting. To help you learn more tools for practicing compassion with yourself and others, I created a video course with Rodale, which offers 21 days of written teachings, daily practices, and videos with my mentors: Adyashanti, Rachel Naomi Remen, and others.
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Last updated on January 21, The virtue of compassion is universally valued. Start by practicing self-compassion. Move beyond your self-referencing. Practice kindness, without people-pleasing. Relax your judgments. Listen generously.
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