Being relaxed inside is important. Things do not always go the way we want. If we are calm inside we can easily adjust. We can be resilient. No problem. If we are uptight we can easily come unglued, get frustrated even angry. Mindfulness practice training ourselves to be in the present moment observing our rich inner life fosters inner calm. So does regular meditation. In these ways we cultivate resiliency.
Verse 3 from the ‘8 Verses of Mind Training’ by Langri Thangpa reads, “In all activities may I examine my mind; As soon as conflicting emotions arise Endangering myself and others, May I firmly face […]
Sep. 8 Sat. – 9 Sun, 2018 Meditation Retreat in Kyoto “Discovering Inner Peace in a Chaotic World” ＊Message from Dr. Barry Kerzin＊ It is quite a luxury to step out of the fast, chaotic, […]