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To help us understand that we are not what we are thinking Buddhist teachings make a distinction between what is called Big Mind or Natural Mind and
Why not be cheerful Why be miserable Why not pretend to be happy instead in fact why not pretend to be happy free and complete instead of pretending
In life we may keep looking for the right answer but there is no right answer Everything is relative rather than absolute That's the answer
In life there is a phenomenon that I call the Happiness Quotient or HQ To me the HQ is found in establishing a balance between what we have and what
The original source text says Consider how all phenomena are like dreams and examine the nature of unborn awareness Things are not what they seem to b
Ask yourself the following questions and answer them as best you can at this moment If possible record those answers in writing Then return to these
Once as I was sitting in a group gathered around a campfire I heard a Native American story that captures perfectly the kind of moral effort-related
The Buddha specifically instructed his followers to avoid bearing tales and indulging in idle gossip As an awareness exercise the pioneering insight
Whenever you are troubled by a particularly bothersome train of thought or feeling or when you are tempted to say or do.
An authentic and effective spiritual practice not only helps up to cultivate wisdom but also transforms how we live think and act.