Unconditional Kindness to Ourselves and Others in Challenging Times

On May 22, Rebecca was interviewed by Deborah Eden Tull as part of the Mindfulness and Meditation Summit on how to cultivate unconditional kindness to ourselves and others in challenging times.

Session description: In these challenging times, stress, anxiety and fear can unsettle our mind, rendering us more susceptible to falling into our unhelpful habits. Using our meditative practice, we can cultivate unconditional kindness to ourselves by observing the subtle and implicit conditions we have set in order to deserve love and kindness and learning to let go of these conditions. As we unlearn the habit of harshness toward ourselves, we develop greater capacity for kindness to our loved ones and others.

This interview is part of the Mindfulness and Meditation Summit, a free online event where you can return to joy, foster courage and share compassion through the power of mindful awareness. For more information, please visit https://mindfulnessmeditationsummit.com/. This recording is a copyright of The Shift Network. All rights reserved.

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