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The Three Wholesome Exchanges of the Heart
These exchanges are specific ways in which we interact with others that can bring about transformative change within ourselves.
If you hope to find lasting happiness, you must answer the question, what is your true priority—your inner life or your outer life?
In the Four Noble Truths, the Buddha focused primarily on suffering as a gateway to liberation. But he also taught that mindfulness of happiness can provide the same liberating insights as suffering.
Cultivating Clear Comprehension
One of the benefits of practicing mindfulness is that you develop the ability to make wise distinctions in both thoughts and actions.
It is possible to relieve your mental suffering around making decisions by applying the Buddhist practice of mindfulness.
Do the Right Thing
Practicing doing the right thing in small ways builds the potential to do the right thing in big ways.
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.
How Preferences Prejudice Your Perceptions
What you perceive from among all the stimuli in your environment is biased by your preferences, and your preferences are conditioned by past experiences.
Maintaining Mindfulness in Daily Life
We all have a tendency to rush to interpretation in our lives, and that can present a challenge to being mindful of our experience.
Making Major Life Changes
Does your desire to make changes in your life come from wholesome motivation or unresolved issues?