Transform the Pain of Disconnection into Loving Connectedness from the Inside Out

Do you struggle when alone?

Do you feel lonely even in company?
Do you long for genuine loving connection?

Befriend loneliness and longing through specifically-designed mindfulness and self-compassion practices in this 20-part audio course.
Turn them into greater loving connectedness with yourself and others.

Listen in

What participants say:

Healing in ways that I did not expect. Thank you."

— M.


“Such a deeply informed set of exercises, thoughtfully layered to arrive at solitude.”

— D.

"The content is amazing: clear, concise and the guided practices are spot on."

— G.

Meet the Teacher

Christine Brähler (DClinPsy, PhD) is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, author and lecturer. She has been teaching compassion for self and others around the world since 2008. She is a key contributor to the first clinical adaptations – Compassion Focused Therapy - and to the non-clinical training program, Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), and its teacher training.

She has pioneered research into compassion-based psychotherapy for complex mental health issues.

Through her books, online courses and transformative workshops she guides us to overcome obstacles to gentle and fierce self-compassion and to relate to each other from a place of genuine good will, wisdom, and empowerment to co-create and live our purpose. Her approach integrates evidence-based methods, compassion-based parts work with a deep respect for and intuitive understanding of our innate wisdom and shared humanity.

She is a multilingual global citizen with a German passport and a popular speaker and workshop leader.

Safety First

To benefit from this course you need to be able to:

#1 feel your body with your eyes closed without feeling uncomfortable

#2 soothe yourself when feeling distressed

#3 name your key emotions and parts when they arise

Course Fee


Seek professional help where you live, if you are experiencing:

acute intense psychological distress, self-harming behaviour or suicidal thoughts.

Asking for help is an act of self-compassion.

This course is not a replacement for such professional help and may not be suitable for you at this time.