"I honour your Being and your humanity , your 'story' and the You beyond your story, all within the infinite Love and Wholeness of Now." (Sophie Nevill, @the_kindest_thing)
What is 'the kindest thing' you can say to yourself?
It is my belief that this is a core question we regularly need to be asking ourselves and it is a question in which my entire practice is based. Although it may seem simple - it is also in my opinion, profound. By asking ourselves how we can be kind to ourselves, we are re-wiring our mind to turn towards ourselves with compassion and understanding, rather than judgment or fear. When we turn towards ourselves with this level of openness, we can then start to integrate and subsequently heal all parts of our self and all past experiences that we may have previously disowned, rejected or shamed. By living from this place of the Heart we can come into an entirely new level of wholeness and integration within ourselves and can live with a profound sense of security and groundedness in who we are.
It is my deepest wish to help all I work with start to Awaken too, and more importantly embody, the infinite Self that they are beyond the conditioned 'mind', and then slowly start to bring this unconditional Love and unwavering Peace down into the aspect of their humanity. So that all that has become lost, and distorted, through all times, space and dimensions, can start to be healed, integrated and welcomed Home and all can start to step into their highest human potential Now...
Sophie is a transpersonal psychotherapist and mindfulness-based counsellor with over twelve years experience teaching meditation. She is also collaborating with Review my Retreat, one of the top well-being websites in the UK, and is currently sharing her teachings through their website and newsletter. If you would like to see her writings then please click here. For more of her teachings then please visit her Facebook and Instagram page, or YouTube channel by clicking on the icons below.
"The highest form of human intelligence is to observe yourself without judgment" Krishnamurti