By Barbara Ann Kipfer
BUDDHA’S solutions TO LIFE’S day-by-day DILEMMAS
Is it attainable to discover peace of brain in rush hour site visitors? how are you going to sit back with the consistent ringing of your mobile phone? whilst is there time for mindfulness in the course of a chaotic workday?
863 Buddhist how you can triumph over Life’s Little Challenges exhibits easy methods to conquer the hitches, hiccups and hardships of contemporary lifestyles during the knowledge of Buddha. You don’t must be a Buddhist to profit from the assistance during this e-book. Open to any web page and you’ll discover a real-life challenge through an easy-to-apply resolution for conquering it in a spiritually pleasant demeanour.
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Mindful awareness slows things down. SITUATION: When you were 18 years old, you got arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol. You are not proud of the incident, but you learned a valuable lesson and have never driven a car again after having even one drink. Now, nine years later, you are applying for graduate school and the school wants you to write an essay on what you learned from the incident. WISDOM: Because of our inherent Buddha nature, our positive qualities are stronger and more numerous than our negativities.
SITUATION: Busy houses can become overwhelming at times. You find that it is easy to lose your mindfulness. WISDOM: Many things happen every day that you can use as bells of mindfulness: the doorbell, telephone, turning on a light, flushing a toilet. SITUATION: The next time you light a candle to enhance the atmosphere, reflect on the symbolism of the candle. WISDOM: Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.
You are just so busy. You feel you are a good multitasker, but in the morning when you eat your breakfast and read the newspaper, you feel that you are not getting any satisfaction from these activities. WISDOM: When you eat and read the newspaper, just eat and read the newspaper. Be aware of the doing. SITUATION: At lunchtime, you switch to automatic pilot. You wait in the same line and eat the same foods every day in your workplace cafeteria. You nod to the same people and sit at the same table.