In times like these, we can find ourselves struggling daily with many emotions—at work, with our families and friends, and with our hopes and fears for the future. And often our most challenging encounters are those we have with ourselves.
In her new online course, Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön offers a solution: cultivating a practice of openness—with ourselves, the people we love, and the world around us.
This is what Pema hopes to help you achieve in her new course, Living With Vulnerability: A Training in Making Friends with Your Mind
Inside this step-by-step journey (featuring teaching from Pema, as well as guided meditations from her senior student Tim Olmsted), you’ll discover:
- How to embrace the full spectrum of emotions with warmth and kindness
- Ways to release your fear of vulnerability so you can stop bottling up your emotions and live peacefully in the present
- Why your private biases (about yourself and others) no longer serve you, and how to see even your most difficult relationships in a brighter, more loving light
- How to love and befriend yourself more and more each day
Paul at ChangeThatMind.com
P.S. The course also comes with a wealth of guided meditation trainings, perfect for every level. Explore the beauty of your own vulnerability.