Compassion

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  • rose quartz deluxe crystal candlerose quartz deluxe crystal candle
    Calming | Compassion | Self-Love
    $49.00
    • Hand-poured in Melbourne
    • Contains Rose Quartz crystal
    • Scented with Ylang Ylang essential oil
    • 100% pure soy wax
    • Approx. 48 hours burning time
    • 85mm diameter x 100mm height
  • carnelian tumbled crystal candlecarnelian tumbled crystal candle
    Confidence | Courage | Passion
    $42.00
    (1)
    • Hand-poured in Melbourne
    • Contains Carnelian crystal
    • 100% pure soy wax
    • Scented with Palo Santo essential oil
    • Approx. 48 hours burning time
    • 85mm diameter x 100mm height
  • pink tourmalinepink tourmaline
    Compassion | Emotional Healing | Love
    $55.00
    • Hand-picked to ensure a truly unique form
    • Perfect for the Heart Chakra
    • Cleansed under a full moon
    • Enriched with Reiki energy
    • Size: 3cm H x 10cm W x 5.5cm D
  • stilbite crystalstilbite crystal
    Inner Peace | Clarity | Compassion
    $70.00
    • Hand-picked to ensure a truly unique form
    • Perfect for the Heart, Third Eye and Crown chakras
    • Cleansed under a full moon
    • Enriched with Reiki energy
    • Size: 9.5cm H x 6cm W x 4cm D
  • rose quartz crystal tea-light holderrose quartz crystal tea-light holder Out of Stock
    + FREE 6-pack of Tea-Lights
    $49.00
    (1)
    • 100% natural rose quartz
    • Approx. 60mm x 95mm x 95mm (Height x Width x Depth)
    • The stone of unconditional love
    • Includes FREE 6 pack of tea-lights
    • 100% hand-poured soy wax

Compassion is a feeling deep within ourselves —a “quivering of the heart” — and it is also a way of acting — being affected by the suffering of others and moving on their behalf. Buddha and Jesus are the most well known exemplars of compassion, and it is the central ethical virtue in the two religions that developed from their teachings.

The spiritual practice of compassion is often likened to opening the heart. First, allow yourself to be feel the suffering in the world, including your own. Don’t turn away from pain; move toward it with caring. Go into situations where people are hurting. Identify with your neighbours in their distress. Then expand the circle of your compassion to include other creatures, nature, and the inanimate world.