The Biggest Issue Most of Us Face
This is one of the most important videos I’ve every made.
Because this issue, the issue of thinking there is something wrong with you (even if you think it just a little bit) is at the core of any of the problems you might be having. I see this over and over again with all the people we work with.
I hope this helps…
From my experience, this issue is at the heart of everything that is going on with all of us. And if you need help with this, we’re here for you.
Give us a call and we’ll connect with you. Or both of you, for a couple — and believe me, the core issue at the heart of most relationship problems is that both of you are playing out your “I’m not good enough” issues with each other (even if you’re not able to see that yourself).
We’ll find what’s causing the problem and we won’t sugarcoat it – we’ll blast through it with you.
We’ll bring you into the self-love and self-acceptance that will change every part of your life.
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Join us for our new “Compassion Cultivation Training” 8-week online class Starting September 14, 2021
Would you like to learn about a way to give yourself a happier, healthier life? Then join us for our new “Compassion Cultivation Training” 8-week online class – starting September 14, 2021.
Compassion is perhaps the most powerful and effective tool you can use to care for yourself and improve your relationships. Compassion Training builds mental habits that, over time, are demonstrated to open the heart and promote personal well-being, resilience, and meaningful connections, even in challenging circumstances.
Existing research shows that mindfulness and compassion training can meaningfully reduce the symptoms of stress and burnout and improve health outcomes.
We all face difficult situations, challenging relationships, and internal thoughts and beliefs that prevent us from experiencing the best life has to offer. When we become more aware, open, and curious about the world and people around us, we learn to use our natural compassion in practical ways to navigate life’s toughest personal challenges and begin to move through life’s ups and downs with greater confidence and ease.
Practicing compassion can alleviate our worries and fears so we can become powerful forces for good – in our relationships, families, workplaces, and communities.
The Compassion Cultivation Training (CCT) is an 8-week online course developed in 2009 at Stanford University (CCARE — Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education) by experts in contemplative studies, psychology, neuroscience, and adult education. The Compassion Cultivation Training© (CCT™) is backed by scientific research and 10,000+ alumni worldwide.
Throughout the training, we help you lean into challenges, build the courage to take compassionate action, manage your emotions, and develop your resilience to prevent empathy fatigue.
The course includes:
- Weekly 2-hour online classes including lecture, discussion, and in-class exercises
- Daily meditation practices
- Real-world assignments for practicing compassionate thoughts and actions
- Each class will be recorded (but live participation is highly recommended for the biggest benefit.
I hope you can join us – you’ll be glad you did.
Komala Rohde is a certified instructor of the Compassion Cultivation Training. She is a certified professional coach (PCC, CPCC, CNTC).
Born in Germany, she began her career as a nurse before receiving her degree in Naturopathic Medicine / Psychology. Komala works internationally as a mentor, coach, and teacher.
She has been practicing meditation for over 40 years and has practiced and taught various traditions including Mindfulness for Stress Reduction, Vipassana, active meditation techniques and compassion meditation. Komala lives with her husband in Sedona, Arizona for the past 25 years.
Wishing you a week filled with loving yourself!