Self-Compassion:
Seeing Yourself Through
the Eyes of God.
Join us for a 6-week small group
self-compassion series for women
God knows your unconditional value and worth.
Do you know it yourself?
Self-Compassion:
Seeing Yourself Through
the Eyes of God.
Join us for a
6-week small group
self-compassion
series for women
God knows your
unconditional value
and worth.
Do you know it yourself?
“He had compassion on them. . .”
We know that Jesus had great compassion for each person he encountered, and deep down we long to receive this. Discover how you are unconsciously blocking God’s love and compassion for you and begin to learn the antidote to discouragement, pride, criticism of self and others, judgment, and low self-worth.

Self-compassion will open you up to greater happiness, security, connection, hopefulness, and compassion for others.
“He had compassion
on them. . .”
We know that Jesus had great compassion for each person he encountered, and deep down we long to receive this. Discover how you are unconsciously blocking God’s love and compassion for you and begin to learn the antidote to discouragement, pride, criticism of self and others, judgment, and low self-worth.

Self-compassion will open you up to greater happiness, security, connection, hopefulness, and compassion for others.
FOR SIX WEEKS YOU WILL JOIN WITH OTHER WOMEN TO:
Learn the powerful skill of
self-compassion
Replace your inner critic with the voice of truth and love
Release patterns of rumination, isolation, and self-criticism 
Accept yourself as you are and access strength to make the changes you want 
The current session of the course Self-Compassion: Seeing Yourself through the Eyes of God is full.
To be added to the waiting list for the next session,
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FOR SIX WEEKS YOU
WILL JOIN WITH
OTHER WOMEN TO:
  •  Learn the powerful skill of self-compassion
  • Replace your inner critic with the voice of truth and love
  • Release patterns of rumination, isolation, and self-criticism
  • Accept yourself as you are and access strength to make the changes you want 
ZOOM Small Group 
Sunday evenings at 6:30 pm central on
January 15-February 19
“If you do not know how to love yourself, you cannot truthfully love your neighbor.”
St. Augustine 
“If you do not know how to love yourself, you cannot truthfully love your neighbor.”

St. Augustine 
Hi, I’m Karen Herbert.

I work with Catholic women in midlife who want to release old baggage, flourish in transition and embrace the unique purpose God has created them for.

Learning the habit of self-compassion has been a game-changer for many of my clients, helping them transform the voice of the inner critic into the compassionate, supportive voice we would use with a good friend.

When you’ve lived a lot of life, you will make mistakes and have regrets. Don’t let these hold you back from stepping into the life God wants for you.

God is looking upon you with compassion and mercy. Learn to see yourself through the eyes of God.
Hi, I’m Karen Herbert.

I work with Catholic women in midlife who want to release old baggage, flourish in transition and embrace the unique purpose God has created them for.

Learning the habit of self-compassion has been a game-changer for many of my clients, helping them transform the voice of the inner critic into the compassionate, supportive voice we would use with a good friend.

When you’ve lived a lot of life, you will make mistakes and have regrets. Don’t let these hold you back from stepping into the life God wants for you.

God is looking upon you with compassion and mercy. Learn to see yourself through the eyes of God.
WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY...
“I feel less fearful about trying new things because I have developed greater self-compassion and confidence. I am living more authentically instead of trying to maintain the
persona of a “perfect” mom and wife.”
"... I feel stronger. I feel more empowered. A sense of freedom.”
“Self-compassion has been a lifesaver for me, particularly in addressing my feelings of
guilt and learning to live with acceptance.”
“I see now how important it is to be on my own side.”
WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY...
“I feel less fearful about trying new things because I have developed greater self-compassion and confidence. I am living more authentically instead of trying to maintain the person of a "perfect" mom and wife."
"... I feel stronger. I feel more empowered. A sense of freedom.”
“Self-compassion has been a lifesaver for me, particularly in addressing my feelings of
guilt and learning to live with acceptance.”
“I see now how important it is to be on my own side.”
Check out what the research has
to say about
self-compassion:
  • People who are more critical of themselves tend to be more hostile, critical, and controlling of others
  • In situations of adversity or difficulty, people who practice self-compassion are more resilient, take more responsibility for change, and have more hope
  • Those who have self-compassion have less depression and anxiety, and greater life satisfaction
  • ​Self -compassion has been linked to higher motivation for things like: making amends, improving weaknesses, learning through failure, and commitment to goals
  • ​Self-compassionate people are better at managing negative emotions and creating positive ones
Check out what the research has
to say about
self-compassion:
  • People who are more critical of themselves tend to be more hostile, critical, and controlling of others
  • In situations of adversity or difficulty, people who practice self-compassion are more resilient, take more responsibility for change, and have more hope
  • Those who have self-compassion have less depression and anxiety, and greater life satisfaction
  • ​Self -compassion has been linked to higher motivation for things like: making amends, improving weaknesses, learning through failure, and commitment to goals
  • ​Self-compassionate people are better at managing negative emotions and creating positive ones
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