Today's Book Of The Day is Esoteric Theravada: The Story of the Forgotten Meditation Tradition of Southeast Asia, written by Kate Crosby and published in 2020 by Shambala. Kate Crosby is a professor of Buddhist Studies at King’s College London. Her work focuses on Sanskrit, Pali, and Pali-vernacular literature and on Theravada practice in the…
Life can be tough, unpredictable, and inexplicable, yet we cannot let this block us. We have in us all it takes to go through life becoming who we really are.
Many things can be used to grow, progress, and improve ourselves. The ones I have found to be most useful are love, compassion, knowledge and awareness.
Sometimes, if we spend too much time looking at our past and worrying about our present, we risk to lose the right moment to choose and build a better future.
We can avoid unnecessary suffering by letting things go, setting ourselves free from attachment, old mindsets, behaviors, and attitudes.We grow by becoming leaner.
Hello! Here is the link to the recording of the first mindfulness and meditation session of the Nuremberg Holistic Sangha for this season. I hope you enjoy it! https://fb.watch/fJyYx2fa-X/ First session of the Nuremberg Holistic Sangha for this season
Breathe.When life challenges you, remember that you are strong enough, wise enough, compassionate enough to go on and grow.
This Universe, and our lives, are impermanent. To avoid suffering, we have to be aware and welcome change, so as to stop worrying for what we cannot control.
Often the best option we have is to commit to changing before it becomes too hard to do it. When we choose change, we grow, when we avoid it, we suffer.
We do not find happiness, satisfaction, fulfillment around us, and we cannot copy them from others. They are inside ourselves, we just need to become aware of it. How many times do you see it? People who are struggling to find happiness, to be joyful, to be able to say that they feel satisfied with…