Self-Compassion Challenge for Caregivers
15-Days of Mindfulness
Taking care of others can be both rewarding and the most taxing experience in a person’s life. The responsibilities the caregivers must undertake are overwhelming and self-depleting. Leaving little to nothing left for the individual to recover from. The Self-Compassion 15-Day Challenge for Caregivers was born out of what I learned from trial and error as a caregiver of a loved-one who suffered from mental illness. The trauma that I endured from the burnout of caregiving was almost unbearable. However, after implementing mindfulness into my life I gained a new perspective and life-purpose. Therefore, I want to extend 15-days of total self-compassion to other caregivers while helping them to relieve the following:
- Anxiety & stress
- Anger & frustration
- Grief & loss
For 15 days I will gently guide you towards a mindfulness practice to help you see the truth with clarity. Help you to focus with mindfulness meditation to calm you from feeling overwhelmed and burned out. Compassion practices will allow you to deepen your connection with the world, and finally providing you with a contemplative practice that will help you transform your life to have new meaning and purpose.
Toshia, affectionately known as the Empress of Om has helped hundreds of people, of all races, ages, ethnicities, and backgrounds to push past their fear and trauma towards clarity, to find their life's purpose. She is a Reiki Master, energy & sound healer, spiritual & trauma life coach, author, and national keynote speaker. She is the program director of a non-profit for girls who are survivors of sexual exploitation and trauma. Toshia is a practicing Buddhist and follower of Christ consciousness bringing people closer to their spiritual core to live a life of mindfulness and zen. Find out more about her at ToshiaShaw.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
* If you are under the care of a medical or mental health professional, please review this program with them prior to enrolling. If you have intrusive images, hallucinations, or may dissociate, meditation may not be a competent choice. Schedule a Clarity Call with Toshia to discuss your specific circumstances should you have questions.