STEP 4: Love Yourself

find compassion for yourself

We all fail. We all make mistakes. How we treat ourselves in the process governs whether we learn from the mistakes or if we allow the mistakes and failings to generate toxicity in our lives that saps our vitality and joy. Kristin Neff, an established researcher on the subject contends that cultivating self-compassion is of higher importance than focusing on self-esteem. We agree.   Self-compassion is the act of treating ourselves kindly in moments of failure. It doesn’t mean that we become full of self-pity; rather it means that we look at ourselves as part of humanity and recognize that it’s OK to make mistakes.

This course is designed to help you discover how you treat yourself and to practice extending warmth, love, and understanding to yourself. You will need the tools gathered in Steps 1 through 3 to continue onto this fourth Step of The Path.



What you get

  • Explore and discover your tendencies around failures
  • Understand how shame impacts your self-image
  • Explore how common humanity can affect self-evaluation
  • Examine and transform self-talk and its impact on your personal power
  • Begin building a practice of affirmative self-talk

How we do it

Trained facilitators will guide you in individual, partnered, and group setting. The environment will be judgment-free and empathetic with encouragement to stay true to yourself and know and trust your own process. Carefully designed activities include the following:

  • Interactive discussions and demonstrations rather than lectures
  • Visualizations to gently tap into your tendencies
  • Visual art exercises to express without words
  • Drama exercises to viscerally understand self-compassion as it is for you
  • Expressive writing exercises to internalize and explore experiences
  • Tools to integrate what you learn into your everyday life

Cost $250 | SIGN-UP