Meditation on self-love (podcast/video)

in love •  last year

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It's common to hear people talk poorly of themsevles, getting frustrated at themselves when they make a mistake, even saying things like "I'm a horrible person." When you hear someone speak that way about themselves, you can deduce, unfortunately, that it's only the tip of the iceberg. They probably say much nastier things about themselves within the privacy of their own minds. Most people wouldn't tolerate a person who hung on their shoulder, poison dripping into their ear, and most would never say such things about their friends, instead encouraging them, comforting them and uplifting them. Let's always be such a friend to ourselves.

In this short episode, Kurt describes a meditation on self-love, imagining your love for an innocent child and then turning that love back on yourself, in order to give the gifts of compassion, kindness and tenderness.

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Short, sweet and powerful. Everything that you say is self evident. We all know this, so why don't we consistently do it? It's one of those things that we seem to need constant reminding of, to maintain. This is one of the great advantages of having good friends. They remind you of these things. Thank you for reminding me.

me parece genial tu material, pues si hay muchas personas que tienden a ser auto destructivos, y nada mejor que la meditación para lograr la paz interior