You’ve probably heard the research on mindfulness. Among its numerous benefits, mindfulness practice has been found to...
Buddhists believe that pain is caused by the First Dart that is thrown at us by life, but that suffering comes from the Second Poisonous Darts that we throw at ourselves.
“Meditation is keeping the back so still that there is no consciousness of the self. Should one go into the courtyard without noticing anyone, it is not a mistake. An enlightened person, therefore, does not allow their thoughts to go beyond the situation.”
Being mindful does not mean that you can’t have emotions. Emotions are an essential part of human nature. According to social scientists, there are three purposes of emotions: to communicate an action tendency, communicate to others in a group, and communicate a need
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