Compassion is defined as the heartfelt desire that others be free from suffering. We are all born with a 'compassionate gene' and we can develop more compassion every day.
Studies now show that compassion can be increased through targeted meditation exercises. By practicing for just a few minutes a day you can increase in compassion and joy.
Join us for a 21-day challenge to see what benefits you gain from practicing compassion meditation with people all around the world.
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From Harvard to Stanford, to hospitals, prisons, & elementary schools, practicing the compassion meditation has changed the lives of thousands of people around the world just like you.
To transform your own suffering while making the world a kinder place, all you need is a few minutes of focused, gentle meditation.
What area of your life will be changed?
Now YOU can practice this simple method to open your heart to compassion while nurturing others in a global community!
The Compassion Meditation, also known as Mettā or Loving-Kindness Meditation, has been proven to elevate mood, lower anxiety & improve social connections
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Compassion links us to others. We share a common humanity - with a common wish to be happy, free from suffering and to live with grace.
As we practice this meditation it allows us to soften our grip at trying to get ahead at all costs. We recognize our interconnectivity and things begin to flow with greater ease. We cooperate with one another without knowing why.
~ Marianne Williamson
Dr. Andrea is an integrative medical doctor, acupuncturist and bestselling author specialized in longevity medicine, self-love and sexual wellbeing.
She blends the wisdom from the 5 Elements of Chinese Medicine with neuroscience and positive psychology to empower you to live in optimal wellbeing.
Dr. Andrea created the Attunement Process, a 5-step mindfulness meditation technique, to help clients alleviate stress, depression and anxiety as well as increase positive emotions, resilience, creativity and intuition.
She has been featured on global media platforms including the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Dr. Oz show, The Today Show, CNN, TEDx, the HuffingtonPost and LUXE-TV.
Compassion for others begins with kindness to ourselves.
- Pema Chodron