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Protected: Dr. Dan Siegel on a “Self” Much Bigger Than the Individual

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[Video] Dr. Chris Germer: “We would never feel shame if we didn’t wish to be loved.”

Dr. Germer offers heart-opening insight into how shame is an innocent emotion arising from the universal wish to be loved....

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Affectionate Breathing Practice with Dr. Kristin Neff

Dr. Kristin Neff leads us in a breathing meditation in which we intentionally incorporate the self-compassionate qualities of warmth and soothing....

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The Self-Compassion Break with Chris Germer

In this short guided practice, Chris Germer leads us in experiencing the healing power of mindfulness, self-kindness, and common humanity....

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Thupten Jinpa

What Unites Us: A 5-Minute Guided Practice with Thupten Jinpa

In this short guided practice, Thupten Jinpa guides us in connecting with the powerful energy of our shared aspiration to bring more compassion into our world....

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Jack Kornfield’s Heartfelt Message to Therapists: “You are the heart-holders of our culture.”

Jack Kornfield shares a poignant story about healing the heart and mind, plus offers a loving message to therapists. ...

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Learn A Mindful Self-Compassion Practice You Can Do Anytime, with Natalie Bell

Learn the Self-Compassion Break, a practice you may find helpful in this moment, as well as throughout your days....

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Thupten Jinpa

10 Minute Guided Practice for Intention-Setting, with Thupten Jinpa

In this short guided practice, Thupten Jinpa leads a practice intention-setting....

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A 5-Minute Teaching from Kaira Jewel Lingo on Caring for Our Pain

Buddhist teacher Kaira Jewel Lingo guides us in imagining our life as a garden, in which we can cultivate wholesomeness to care for pain....

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Dr. Richard Davidson on Why Awareness Is Important to Our Wellbeing

Dr. Richard Davidson explains the findings of a study done by scientists at Harvard that shows why distraction is actually “toxic for our wellbeing.”...

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