23 minutes | Feb 15, 2021

Self-Compassion for the Highly Sensitive Person

In this episode, we talk about the importance of cultivating self-compassion as a Highly Sensitive Person. I share the struggles and barriers we often come across, the reasons why it is so important to work on self-compassion and the benefits that can come from it. I share a simple practice that we can start to implement into our day-to-day life along with extra resources below!Helpful ResourcesThe Self-compassion bundle (as part of the Highly Sensitive Hub)Recommended BooksRadical Acceptance: Awakening the Love that Heals Fear and Shame by Tara BrachSelf Compassion by Kristin Neff The Compassionate Mind (Compassion Focused Therapy)Comfortable with Uncertainty: 108 Teachings on Cultivating Fearlessness and CompassionBrene Brown Collection 3 Books Set (Daring Greatly, Rising Strong, The Gifts Of Imperfection)About Jules...Jules De Vitto is a Transpersonal Coach who is experienced at helping Highly Sensitive People overcome anxiety, stress and burnout. Jules is Highly Sensitive herself and is also passionate about helping Highly Sensitive People to step into their authentic power and align with their true purpose in life. She lived in Asia for eleven years before moving to London and integrates Eastern practices and modern-day mindfulness into her work.She has a degree in Psychology, an MA in Education and an MSc in Transpersonal Psychology, Consciousness and Spirituality. She’s a Meditation teacher on Insight Timer and a  published author through Changemaker Books and John Hunt Publishers. She wrote Resilience: Navigating Loss in a Time of Crisis to help people through the Covid-19 Pandemic available here.You can stay connected with Jules through her... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/highly.sensitive.humans/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/highlysensitivehumansJoin the 8-week course, 'Step into your Authentic Power as a Highly Sensitive Person' starts October 4th 2021, and is limited to 20 people! Join now!
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