Through self-compassion you can develop greater emotional resilience, higher motivation (often due to being less afraid of failure), and a healthier lifestyle. When you practice self-compassion, you begin to take care of yourself better, meaning you are more likely to eat and exercise well, and more likely to seek the support that you need.
You don’t need any fancy get-up gear or yoga mats to meditate. You can just sit on the floor in a cross-legged position or even in a chair. The main positional note that you’ll need to remember is to sit up straight to allow universal energy to run up and down your spine.
I got up one morning and said to myself “If I keep on believing that my failures are truths, I will never live the life I really want”. I’ve always had goals but no direction and that was just down to her, “the other self.”Read More
At Seed and Soul, we believe beauty comes from within and all August we are going to be bringing you content and advice from some amazing bloggers on health, wellness, self-compassion and body positivity to help you to believe it too!Read More