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Forgiving the Unforgivable
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.
Managing Fatigue with Mindfulness
Most of us dislike being fatigued and aren’t fully open to experiencing it. However, when we practice vipassana, we use mindfulness to see the dukkha (suffering) in all of our experiences; therefore, we can treat fatigue as one more experience that can be known.
When you feel at odds with others, practicing this reconciliation meditation can help you accept their differences and find harmony within.
Self-Soothing during Difficult Times
Through the skillful application of mindfulness, we can learn to self-soothe whenever life knocks us off balance.
If you want to make lasting change in your life, practice starting over.
Taking in the Good Meditation
When you are experiencing difficulty in some aspect of your life that is clouding your mind and causing you to contract, practicing this meditation can help soothe your suffering and clarify your thinking.
Core Values and Essential Intentions
In Buddhist Psychology, your path to well-being begins with understanding the values and intentions you want to live by.