Coping with Change by Buddhism Guide

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Coping with Change
Change is never far from our door, whether it’s breaking up with an ex, moving to a new city, the death of a relative, a pandemic, or the loss of a job. Even good changes, such as having a baby or getting a new job, can be stressful.

Change isn’t easy but here are some ways to help you cope with change and make it feel less scary.

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Changing Your Behaviour by Buddhism Guide

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Changing Your Behaviour
Karma isn’t some magical or mystical thing handed out by some higher being. It is simply patterns of behaviour. In this podcast, Yeshe Rabgye explains that karma is totally in our hands, so if we want to change our lives, we have to change our behaviour. We can do this by using the acronym AWARE (Attention, Why, Assess, Reality, Examine).

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Sense Of Self – The Buddha Dharma Series by Buddhism Guide

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Sense Of Self - The Buddha Dharma Series
In Buddhism, among the most challenging mentors for individuals to comprehend is anatman or non-self. The teaching mentions that in human beings there is no irreversible entity that can be called a soul or a self. This rejection of “any Soul or Self” is what identifies Buddhism from other significant faiths, such as Christianity and Hinduism, and offers Buddhism its originality. This sense of being a long-term, strong, self-governing self is an impression. The issue is this impression is so implanted into our normal experience. We have a sense of a long-term, private self, however that is all it is, a sense, a sensation.

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Four Immeasurables: Open Hearted Joy – The Buddha Dharma Series

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The fourth immeasurable is open-hearted joy. What we are appreciating is the happiness someone else is experiencing. With this quality we feel real joy at their happiness. This practice is the perfect antidote for envy and it deals a killer blow to jealousy and pride.

Happiness is fleeting, so to begrudge what little joy people can find in their lives is a very unkind quality. What we need to do is rejoice when happiness comes another’s way.

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144 – The Game Of Emotions by Secular Buddhism

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144 - The Game Of Emotions
In this podcast episode, I will share some ideas around the concept that we can alter our relationship to our feelings by pretending that we’re playing a video game where the objective is to experience the complete series of possible feelings.

Celebrating my feelings as an expression of holding on to illusory desires.Interesting Altho I expect commemorating feelings rather of holding on to the idea that a various action ought to have happened, might be revitalizing.

I will practice not doing not like anything.

I’m happy to practice not avoiding from and/or repeatedly responding to my inflammation, anger, unhappiness, principles, and beliefs.

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143 – Eye Of The Beholder by Secular Buddhism

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143 - Eye Of The Beholder
In this episode, I will talk about perception and the role it plays in how we experience our reality. Reality is in the eye of the beholder. “Dependent on the eye and forms, eye-consciousness arises…The meeting of the three is contact.”
With contact as a requisite condition, there is feeling. What one feels, one perceives. What one perceives, one thinks about.

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Thinking of yogacara’s model of seeds and perfuming, as linked to foundational biases, preferences, and perceptual heuristics.

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140 – Mindfulness For Everyday Life by Secular Buddhism

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140 - Mindfulness For Everyday Life
ANNOUNCEMENT…I’m excited to present a new online workshop called “Mindfulness for Everyday Life” available exclusively through Himalaya Learning.

Himalaya Learning is a new educational audio platform specializing in audio courses that focus on lifelong learning, business, personal development, and more, featuring courses from some of the world’s greatest minds like Tim Ferriss, Malcolm Gladwell, Elon Musk. You can listen to my full workshop series by visiting www.himalaya.com/mindfulness and entering the code MINDFULNESS for a free 14-day trial.

Whether you’re looking for more peace in the workplace or at home, or even just greater peace within the confines of your own mind, mindfulness practice is where it all starts. In this 20-part series, I will present several key concepts, ideas, guided meditations, and exercises centered around mindfulness that will help you to understand how and why this ancient practice can be so useful in our day to day lives.

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