14 practices for easing tension

Honor what's in front of you for what it is and what it isn't. Recognize your expectations of how things should or should not be. Recognize that back of expectations is the duo of anger and fear. Practice willingness to listen. Practice willingness to see from the opponent's perspective Recollect that like many trees grow … Continue reading 14 practices for easing tension

stress reducer 755: anger

Traditional Oriental Medicine has, for at least 2000 years, acknowledged the link between mental-emotional imbalance and physical disease. Consider the following excerpt from the Huangdi Neijing, or Yellow Emperor's Inner Classic, a text estimated to date from the 1st century BC: When one is angry, then the qi rises. When one is happy, then the … Continue reading stress reducer 755: anger

suffering preventer 807

Which is preferable to you: health or disease? Disease is expensive. It taxes the mind, the heart, the body, the family, the workplace, and the community. Where we are diseased, we do not enjoy abundance, freedom, empowerment, and joy. Proactive investment into health protection and cultivation is not expensive. It lightens the mind, the heart, … Continue reading suffering preventer 807