A half day, in-person, retreat to contemplate self-acceptance and self-compassion.
Sunday | 20th November 2022
9:00 am to 1:00 pm (11:00 am to 11:30 am Tea & Snacks Break)
Atma Darshan Centre, Andheri East, Mumbai
INR 650/- (inclusive of 18% GST)
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Being dissatisfied with oneself is seen as a primary motivation to improve and go forward. Acceptance and contentment with oneself and one’s situation are almost always seen as a way of resigning to what is instead of striving.
The underlying fear of it all: If I become compassionate and accepting of who I am, I will become complacent and ineffective. I will not take up opportunities to create and thrive and will end up being unhappy and miserable
Whether we consciously believe it or not, this is a deep unconscious narrative that plays up in our life, time and again.
As a psychologist, I see this narrative being greatly responsible for the restlessness and unhappiness in a lot of people.
Self-improvement and self-compassion are not mutually exclusive. But how does one stay compassionate, accepting and still thrive?
Let’s spend time discussing, contemplating, and meditating on this so we have a framework for how we can bring self-compassion into our lives. And let’s do it with a group of like-minded people with whom we can share, discuss and deepen our learning.
The Self-Compassion Retreat will provide an Opportunity for:
- Discussions on self-compassion with like-minded others in small groups
- Silent contemplation of the application of self-compassion to one’s situation
- Meditation for times when self-compassion is difficult
Facilitator of the Self-Compassion Retreat
Sadia Saeed is the founder and chief psychologist of Inner Space.
In her 22 years of practice as a clinical psychologist she has extensively worked with various individuals and organizations helping them incorporate mindfulness and awareness practices in order to aid emotional resilience, personal growth and mental health.
Her expertise is in blending the eastern and western approaches- integrating the study of Buddhist Suttas and yogic practices with neuroscience, evolutionary psychology and principles of somatic healing to present mindfulness and self-awareness in a way that is applicable to challenges of the present day.
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