Unconditional compassion is not just reserved for our cultural heroes and religious figures: we are all capable of developing this powerful quality of care.
In this daylong intensive we will explore how to access an unconditional power of stable care and compassion from within that is healing and sustaining for others and ourselves by drawing on Sustainable Compassion Training practices.
Sustainable Compassion Training highlights our need to experience ourselves as objects of care and compassion in order to extend care and compassion widely to others; our need to be seen in our unconditional worth and human potential in order to see the same in others; and our need to become present to our own feelings with kindness in order to become reliably present to others with kindness.
For those purposes, SCT meditations cultivate three interrelated modes of care as a basis for compassionate action. These three modes are: (1) receiving care, (2) extending care to others, and (3) deep selfcare
Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 9:00am to 5:00pm
Gasson Hall, Room 306
Gasson Hall, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467