(NPR) — In her latest book, world-renowned psychologist and mindfulness teacher Tara Brach outlines the four-step mindfulness tool, RAIN:
We all need strategies to push back against conflict, anger and worry. One of the globe's leading mindfulness teachers distills the practice of mindfulness into a simple 4-step tool from her new book Radical Compassion. This daily practice can help you show up for 'life' – and let go of regret and anxiety.
In her latest book, world-renowned psychologist and mindfulness teacher Tara Brach outlines the four-step mindfulness tool, RAIN:
If you reflect on your life, Brach asks, how often can you sense that the fear of failing or not being good enough “was in some way dampening or contracting or pulling you away from real intimacy or spontaneity or enjoying a sunset?”
Life Kit host Allison Aubrey spoke with Brach about her latest book, Radical Compassion: Learning to Love Yourself and Your World with the Practice of RAIN. The book outlines the mindfulness tool, RAIN, an acronym for a four-step process: recognize, allow, investigate and nurture.