Fear is like a cancer. It spreads to our whole being. All balance is sacrificed. Perspective is lost. Anger lurks in the shadows. Insecurity poses as strength. Guilt is not far away. We become rigid and our grasping is intense. Recognize fear and let it go. Become spacious and open leaving no foothold for fear. Remember the disadvantages of fear. Make your mind vast like the sky. Breathe slow and deep. Do the 9-round breathing if you know it. Relax and focus. It there are major problems, then face them calmly. Be more effective resisting the dangers. This takes courage and self-confidence.
May. 17, 2018 “What the Dalai Lama’s doctor is telling 7,000 UPMC nurses” – NEXTpittsburgh (Author: Tracy Certo) “How many of you have known burnout?” asked the gentle and smiling Buddhist monk in the red […]
May. 8, 2018 The Dalai Lama’s doctor has come to help – Pittsburgh Post Gazette The personal physician to the 14th Dalai Lama, Dr. Barry Kerzin, is an American-born Buddhist monk who is in Pittsburgh […]
Meditation is a transformative way of living. Shamatha or concentration meditation trains us to be focused. Contemplative or analytic meditation trains us to become the positive quality we are meditating on, like compassion. Eventually we […]