This 2500 year old practice helps us overcome self-dislike and builds proper self-caring and self-acceptance. It also helps us act more gently and lovingly toward others and to live without fear or hatred of anyone. It softens and gentles the heart. By making the mind calmer and more peaceful, it promotes general overall improvement in health. This practice is helpful for everyone, but especially for those with self-esteem issues or who have problem relationships in their lives. It can improve all relationships. The first class focuses mainly on loving kindness, and the second on companion practices of compassion, happiness and equanimity.
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