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    about the world and about ourselves

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    eath. Don’t criticize yourself. B

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    Important Termsekgrata: The term th

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    The very posture we assume as we me

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    inconsistent with the nature of the

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    you might see odd patterns on the o

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    Usually, any aversive feelings towa

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    we wish, we can move the light to o

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    tightness you may feel to dissolve,

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    Continue to move your awareness dow

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    Mind—Working with ThoughtsLecture

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    Because of the mind’s overproduct

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    Buddha likenedthis method to theway

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    Redirecting attention need not use

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    Walking—Mindfulness While MovingL

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    Before you begin, make sure you’r

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    Initially, you may nd it helpful to

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    Being Mindful AnywhereAnytime you w

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    Consuming—Watching What You EatLe

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    icher. Continue to press your nail

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    practice. Although no one says a wo

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    When the food has been bought and t

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    Driving—Staying Awake at the Whee

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    Driving MindfullyMindful driving be

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    experience of driving, gently escor

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    Even as you allow these ruminations

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    Insight—Clearing the MindLecture

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    sphere, but how many of us have act

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    When we speak of insight in the min

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    happening in swift succession at ev

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    Without awakening to the true natur

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    Three Principal Insights: DukkhaIf

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    By observing the radical depth of t

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    Important Termsdukkha: A Buddhist t

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    quiet than to utter vacuous words.

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    Compassion and EmpathyBeing compass

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    You don’t know what is ailing the

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    Imperfection—Embracing Our FlawsL

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    This afiction is one of the major r

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    manner. In fact, when something abo

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    Sometimes, the inner critic says va

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    If we ever lose sight of the moral

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    loved ones and concludes with the s

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    May my enemies be well andhappy. Ma

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    Generosity—The Joy of GivingLectu

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    The plight of the hungry ghosts clo

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    On the simplest level, generosity i

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    emember to do it and do it with a s

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    Speech—Training the TongueLecture

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    To the provision of truthfulness, t

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    Harsh speech includes profanity, sa

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    want to say completely true? Will w

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    Anger—Cooling the Fires of Irrita

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    Anger and MindfulnessFrom the mindf

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    As we noted when discussing skillfu

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    If we know how to experience it ski

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    Pain—Embracing Physical Discomfor

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    The more we resist the pain that is

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    Your purpose is simply to observe.

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    Now, permit your awareness to range

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    Grief—Learning to Accept LossLect

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    The mindfulness approach to grief i

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    Bearing in mind one’s solidarity

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    Important Termsgrieving: The proces

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    When at last death arrives, we ofte

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    o I am subject to death. Death is u

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    Take your time with this practice,

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    Questions to Consider1. What was yo

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    you’re studying the practice of m

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    In addition, views sometimes change

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    Mindfulness practice also teaches u

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    Glossaryanger: The feeling of displ

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    malicious speech: The Buddhist term

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    BibliographyArmstrong, Karen. Twelv

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    Germer, Christopher K. The Mindful

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    Muesse, Mark W. “Cultivating a Qu

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