Maintaining calmness and peace inside is important. It helps us weather the storms. Who doesn’t have storms? This gives us more perspective as we cultivate less reactivity. More perspective leads to better decisions. Add genuine concern for others into the mix, and the results soar. Of course this sustained inner peace does not come overnight. It develops slowly. But we must develop it. No one else can do this for us. So study, listen, read, reflect, and practice. Practice daily meditation. Think about others’ welfare as much as you can. Be happy!
I am traveling in remote northern India in Ladakh and Zanskar and will have no internet until mid-August. Please re-read my posts, be happy, and train your mind and heart to be good. Cultivate healthy […]
2018 Autumn “A series of Mindfulness for Educators: Healing from the heart to support the growth of teachers”
2018 Autumn “A series of Mindfulness for Educators: Healing from the heart to support the growth of teachers” Dr. Barry Kerzin will teach educators as a series of lectures. We would be happy if you […]
Study, meditation, and practice are important, but we must put this in action. Engaged Buddhism is the most important. The Buddha after 35 years of “showing” (according to Mahayana tradition Shakyamuni Buddha was already enlightened […]