Stanford University is hosting a series of (virtual) lectures about compassion all next week, December 6 to December 10. Anyone in the community may attend the “Call to Compassion” series. Gain insight into how compassion can improve your mindset, physical health, relationships and more. Sessions will be led by experts from diverse disciplines and will go in-depth on the transformative power of compassion and how you can foster this power in your life. The nine lectures are 11am, noon, and/or 1pm PT on each of the five days next week
The recordings will eventually be posted to Stanford’s BeWell website.
A Call to Compassion: Dec. 6-10
Join us for A Call to Compassion, December 6 to 10, a week-long event where experts across diverse disciplines shed insight on how compassion can transform your well-being, relationships, pursuit of meaning and inner peace, and your positive impact in the world.
Compassion to yourself and others has a ripple effect. Showing compassion motivates others to be compassionate and spread generosity and kindness to others. Further, studies show that compassion shifts how you view yourself and the world and can improve your physical health.
The week’s sessions include compassion’s power for changing lives, the connection between gratitude and compassion, compassion and emotional intelligence, awakening compassion, the science behind compassion, and overcoming self-judgment with compassion.
You can see … the speaker bios in this PDF.
BeWell wants to offer a special thank you to the Stanford Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) for their partnership on the event.