Grasping aversion and delusion

Grasping, aversion and delusion

So much suffering is caused aversion and grasping. It arises out of our instinctive reaction to grasp whatever we perceive as happy or pleasant experiences whilst avoiding or rejecting uncomfortable or unpleasant experiences. When things go well, we wa …

   

Open curiosity

January – Open Curiosity, kindness to yourself and a sense of humour

I will start with this wonderful Buddhist story that goes like this: Two monks were sitting at the side of the road when another monk atop a horse galloped by. “Where are you going?” shouted the monks to the rider, “Ask the horse” came the reply. Have …

   

12 months 12 tips

12 months: 12 tips 🌞

Did you know that if you practice something for 21 days it will become a habit. This year we will continue sharing our recommendations to help you live a healthier and happier life, at peace and most importantly, with a sense of humour 😜 How? 🤗
 With 1 …

   


SLOW DANCE

. We share with you a poem called Slow Dance written by David L. Weatherford. It’s a lovely reminder to go through life at a slower pace.

   


Bring laughter into your life

Bring laughter into your life. Learn to laugh at yourself. Laugh with others. It is one of the best medicines too improve well-being and increase happiness.

   

the last time

The last time?

To be aware that something may be for the last time increases your appreciation of life and your connection with everything.

   

make a difference

One person, one step, one moment at a time

We cannot solve all the world’s problems, but we can make a positive difference one person, one step, one moment at a time.

   

estar solo

The importance of being alone

If you want a greater sense of peace and calm, learn to be alone. Once we remove the constant noise of activity and distraction.

   

resilience

Empathic Joy

There is a tendency to resent the good fortune of other and begrudge them their happiness. But we can see this as an opportunity to practice empathic joy.