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Forgiving the Unforgivable: 9/11
Forgiveness practice can help you find meaning in life's worst events and free you of the inner violence of your own rage.
Freedom from Fear
Being mindful of your fear allows it to become your teacher and gives purpose to what is otherwise meaningless suffering.
Healing Your Mother (or Father) Wound
If you have unresolved feelings about your mother (or father), making them part of your mindfulness practice can transform what has been a hindrance in your life into a teacher.
Lost in Doubt?
The antidote to doubt is faith, an active willingness to suspend self-judgment and to see for yourself what is true.
Working Mindfully with Anger
By applying mindfulness to your moments of anger, you realize that it is impermanent, and this insight releases you from the prison of your anger.
Regret is a form of clinging that can be penetrated and released with mindfulness.
Getting Past Fear
When you're caught in fear, you're clinging to a perception that is merely painted on the walls of your mind
Freedom from Fear
Deepen your understanding of the different levels of fear that manifest in your body and mind and learn how mindfulness and loving-kindness can help you find freedom from fear. Read the following articles and listen to the dharma talks about facing your fears by Phillip Moffitt, then in your mindfulness practice reflect on the questions provided.
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Equanimity: Establishing and Maintaining a Balanced Mind
You may not be distinguishing between calm and equanimity in your practice. It’s skillful to be calm in your practice, and you certainly want to cultivate the ability to be calm. However, equanimity is a steady quality of the mind that can receive any experience without being overcome by it, even such emotions as anger, anxiety, or fear. It is through equanimity that you are able stay with and examine difficult mind states and learn to release them.
Commitment to Intimacy, Equanimity, and Continuity
Move beyond your fear and learn to commit to maintaining the connection to a stable mind. Develop the mind so it’s not disturbed by disturbances.
Are you ready for a balanced, centered mind?