Easing tension–honoring what’s in front of us

As mentioned in our last post, one way to ease tension (and thus mental, emotional, and physical pain/suffering) is the practice of honoring what's in front of us for what it is and what it isn't. How does such a practice benefit us? Honoring what's in front of us is a form of acceptance. Acceptance … Continue reading Easing tension–honoring what’s in front of us

disease preventer 997: joy

Durable joy--a state of contentment not dependent on external circumstances--is an ingredient in robust health. Lack of joy is an essential root condition of sickness. In order to abide in a joyful mind, it's necessary to recognize where our existence is joyless. So how do we work on leveling-up from such unhappy states? Living in … Continue reading disease preventer 997: joy