How to Develop Self Compassion and Build Resilience
Be kinder to yourself with the help of hypnosis
Are you excessively harsh with yourself sometimes?
Do you tend to dwell on your mistakes for too long?
For some people, self criticism is an occasional negative blip, while for others it becomes a regular habit that steadily erodes self esteem.
Signs of a lack of self compassion include:
- Talking to yourself aggressively
- Calling yourself names
- Blaming yourself for things others wouldn’t blame you for
- Excessively ruminate on mistakes you have made.
And often this behavior comes under the guise of self motivation: “If I let myself off the hook, I won’t keep striving to improve”.
Negativity does not breed healthy motivation
When the desire to avoid being selfish or lazy becomes so extreme that you become your own bully, life satisfaction may seem unattainable.
Because what is it you’re actually aiming for? Perfection? Or an acceptable standard and a loving nature?
And studies(1) show that people who practice self-compassion are actually:
- More motivated
- Less anxious
- More satisfied with life.
Because when you are compassionate towards yourself, you are offering yourself the support, love, and confidence you need to build your resilience and life contentment.
And the good news is that it is possible to learn how to be kinder to yourself, a skill that with practice can have a positive impact on your life and those around you.
How to break unhealthy habits with hypnosis
Develop Self Compassion is an audio hypnosis session that will help you understand and feel compassionate towards yourself on a deep level.
As you relax and listen repeatedly to your session, you’ll notice that you:
- Relax deeply and feel better
- Feel more positive about yourself
- Are kinder to yourself in general
- No longer dwell excessively on your mistakes.
Download Develop Self Compassion now and give yourself a break. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.
(1) Neff, K.D., Rude, S.S., Kirkpatrick, K.L. (2007). An examination of self-compassion in relation to positive psychological functioning and personality traits. Journal of Research in Personality, 41(4). 908-916.