Have you ever felt like you’re not quite “enough”, that somehow you are flawed, lacking or just out of step with everyone else who seems to be thriving?

These feelings, often amplified by the “perfect lives” we see on social media and the reluctance of others to share their true feelings, can leave us feeling isolated and like we are somehow failing.

In response, we often try to “fix” or improve ourselves, but these efforts can unintentionally reinforce the belief that something is inherently wrong with us. After all, if we were truly okay, why would we need fixing?.

But what if there was a different way? What if, through mindfulness and self-awareness, we could learn to see ourselves as perfectly fine just the way we are – unproblematic, whole, and more than enough?

Those parts of yourself you find unloveable.

Those parts of yourself you find unacceptable.

Those parts of yourself you find unforgiveable.

With Radical Self-Acceptance we dive deep into the understanding and reinforcement of our inherent completeness, embracing and accepting ourselves fully – no matter what. As we explore this new perspective, we discover a world where we feel completely okay. Experiencing your wholeness becomes more accessible and pronounced. Over time and with practice, your perspective naturally shifts, leading you towards a path of self-forgiveness, self-love, and profound self-acceptance.

You learn to recognise and relish the very real moments of self-love that become available and how to be your own best friend.

What You Will Learn In This Workshop

Learn the psychology of radical acceptance along with strategies to tap into your natural feelings of being OK.


  • Where feelings of incompleteness and needing to be ‘fixed’ come from.
  • How you can move from the “shame cycle” to the “awareness cycle”.
  • Reorienting yourself to natural feelings of being OK.
  • How you can use parts theory to make friends with all the parts of your psyche.
  • Uncover your inherent capacity to be your own best friend.
  • A simple guided mindfulness meditation which fosters self-acceptance and self-compassion.

Benefits Of Attending

Increased self-acceptance, self-love and self-forgiveness.

Learn from your own experience to be your own best friend and extend love and care to all parts of your psyche.

Let go of ridiculous expectations and ideals and live life on your own authority.

Learn to identify unrealistic ideals in your life, press reset and start to live life on your own authority, focusing on what you really want.

Reduced anxiety and self-criticism.

Create emotional and mental balance and ballast that you can rely upon. Understand how to experience new levels of self-love, self-care and self-acceptance.

Book Your Place Now

Meet Your Facilitator – Karl Baker

Karl Baker is the founder of Mindfulness Works Australia – Australia’s number one mindfulness training organisation.

Over 30,000 people have completed the Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation course that Karl created. He has over 20 years in-depth mindfulness and meditation experience, having studied one on one with mindfulness teachers as well as attending silent meditation retreats.

Karl is a compassionate and empathetic mindfulness teacher. His focus is on supporting himself and others to experience a deep sense of self-acceptance, self-love and self-forgiveness.

Workshop Frequently Asked Questions

Radical self-acceptance is a relationship to yourself and life where you embrace all the aspects of your psyche with love, acceptance and forgiveness.

Instead of believing you are broken or need fixing, you tap into experiences of being complete, whole and OK.

Instead of rejecting any parts of yourself, you enter into a relationship with those parts with kind attention, leaning in to see what they have to say or what they want.

You do not have to have your camera on and you will not be ‘put on the spot’ or forced to speak in this workshop. You will also not be put into group situations where you are forced to speak.

We encourage you to have your camera on (we are all friends here), but it is not compulsory.

There are open discussions where people can volunteer to share, but no-one will have to or is singled out.

No, the session is not recorded to ensure participants privacy and confidentiality.

We offer refunds up to 7 days before the workshop starts. After that time, no refunds are available.

The Zoom link for the workshop is emailed to you as soon as you register. You will also receive reminder notifications before the workshop starts with instructions on how to access the Zoon link.

This workshop is live. There are no pre-recorded elements.