002 Ab Labidi – How Self Compassion Can Change the World

Living the Yoga Life

002 Ab Labidi – How Self Compassion Can Change…


(to listen click the player at the top or bottom of this page),

I talk with realized yogi, architect, and author Ab Labidi.  We discuss a wide range of topics related to consciousness & awakening including:

  • How to get from loneliness to connection.
  • How to heal abusive relationships.
  • Changing the world from the bottom up.
  • Why you don’t need to read books anymore!
  • Not passing on the idea that war is inevitable to our kids.
  • Why all we need to do is treat ourselves with compassion.

We also focus on Ab’s personal story from growing up in Tunisia,  to working with the US Navy, to finding joy and happiness in today’s world.

Ab mentions a number of authors, and you can find links to some of their best work below:

Eckhart Tolle The Power of Now

Adyashanti The End of Your World

Ken Wilbur A Brief History of Everything

Additionally, Ab talks about his work with the United Nations and mentions the artist Angelo Mesisco:

United Nations International Day of Peace

Angelo Mesisco angelomesiscopaintings.com

You can find Ab on Facebook at Abdelkader Labidi


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Namaste Everybody!


Chris Brown

Chris has been practicing both yoga and architecture for over 15 years. He combines them in his Yoga and Design for Conscious Living blog, and believes that the essence of yoga is found in the quality of the relationships we build with ourselves, others, and the world.

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