categories: meditation

Interview and Some Meditation Book Links

Distilled Buddhist Teaching From Elsewhere Five Things to Consider Before Speaking Now we arrive at another of the Buddha’s teachings on right speech: The five things you should consider before speaking.[v] Is what you’re about to say: Factual and true Helpful, or beneficial Spoken with kindness and good-will (that is, hoping for the best for all involved) Endearing (that is, spoken gently, in a way the other person can hear) Timely (occasionally something true, helpful, and kind will not be endearing, or easy for someone to hear, in which case we think carefully about when to say it)

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How To Do Nothing Well Sample Chapter

Preface To How To Do Nothing Well So much has happened since the last time I wrote about this topic. I had thought that when I had developed my last methodology that I had found the structure that would remain immutable since variations of it had existed for a very long time. Little did I know that the structure had already been changed by the time I discovered the previous one.

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How To Do Nothing Well Sample Chapter

Introduction To How To Do Nothing Well Meditation is a discipline that has remained fairly consistent over time. The image of a guru with his fingertips touching or the palms of his hands overlapped is a widely recognized icon. Yet, most meditation centers on focusing on the breathing, and not much else. This is certainly a beneficial meditation, but it is not a meditation that most people will be able to do much with, other than notice their breath, which is important.

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