Buddha Blog English Podcast Episode 22
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I am Shaolin Rainer, and I am very happy that you are here.
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Buddhism in everyday life - Mindfulness in every day actions
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Contents of the podcast:
1-Self love part 2
2-You I take
3-Self love part 3
4-Buddhist Teachers Part 1
5-Buddhist Teachers Part 2
6-The monkeys in the head
7-Self love part 4
8-Self love part 5
To love oneself, "one" must continue to understand oneself well, to make an effort to get to the true core, to look behind the self-chosen role. The great teacher spoke of the realities behind the perceived reality, because we humans are rarely ready to part with our illusions.
Why do other people's stinginess, promiscuity, or drug use bother me? Why do other "bad" qualities not bother me, while some habits "freak me out"?
Why do I "love" cats, or why do I "hate" dogs? How do my filters come about? Why do I sometimes get along with the attitudes of fellow human beings, but sometimes not at all? What do I like about myself, what do I dislike? Who am I? Where do I come from? Where will I go? Questions over questions.
The next thing I recommend is a self-mantra to get through difficult situations, to be able to "hold on" to something. Readers of my texts know that according to Buddha (in this life) we probably don't carry any guilt, because our karma might have already been acquired in previous lives, life comes anyway as it is supposed to come. So there is also no reason not to love yourself. So say the following sentence to yourself in exceptional situations: "I am good just the way I am."
If you fall into doubt then first take a deep breath, I recommend breathing meditation to come to some peace, because only in peace lies strength.
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