Here are 20 Signs of Stress in the mind. Be mindful of any signs. What triggers most stress? What do you need to remember? What is a fresh approach? …
Sometimes nothing seems as oppressive as relentless, negative thinking. Five Steps to Resolve such thinking
You experience yourself thinking, thinking, thinking about the same issue or more than one issue. The mind overheats.
You can’t sleep at night. …
The Buddha abides as the original voice of mindfulness. Mindfulness belongs in the body of his teachings/practices. The Buddha’s approach to mindfulness reveals a comprehensive exploration offering a great depth of insight. …
Meditation contributes to clearing the mind, finding space in the mind, for thought to be clear and succinct.
Here are 12 Outcomes of Thinking Too Much about Yourself.
You find yourself:
- Addicted to comparing yourself with others.
- Far away from peace of mind
- Feel isolated from what matters.
- Feel cut off from closeness with life, nature and people.
- Feel lonely.
- Feel someone or something is missing in your life.
- Keep feeling disappointed with yourself
- Keep making yourself unhappy.
- Thinking less about needs of others the more you think about yourself.
- Unable to handle stress.
- What you think and what is seems far apart
- Withdrawing from difficult people.
What is the Resolution?
You do not have to be a Buddha to answer the question,
Think less about yourself.
Wake up in the morning with a single resolution.
You do not have to be a Buddha to know the resolution. This is the resolution.
“Today, I am firmly resolved to think less about myself.”
All this thinking stops you living.
Get back your life.
Develop seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching.
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our beloved Prajna Vihar School, Bodh Gaya, India
Start an Insight Journal. Free from streams of words about what you think, what you did and who you saw.
We often think of a diary or journal as an account of what did from one day to the next. We might write about our feelings and thoughts about ourselves, another(s) and places.
From time to time, you might uncover an insight when you write about an experience.
An Insight Journal (to give this kind of journal a name) makes insight the whole purpose of the writing. …