Practice In Modern Life
Simple and Easy Ways of Practicing Chan for People Who Lead Busy Lives
Chan practice is in everyday activities; our daily lives can be a time and place of spiritual practice. It all comes down to whether the mind is stable, whether our minds and bodies are unified, and whether we can be unperturbed inside.
What Are We Really So Busy For?
Be Busy Yet Happy, And Tired But Joyful
Dealing with Adversity in the Workplace by Applying the Dharma
As Buddhists, we must face reality, accept it, deal with it, and then let go of it. If the disease is curable, receive the treatment; if it's not, what more can we do? As long as we consult a d...
Adhering to one's principles is not the same as attachment. Adhering to our principles amidst temptations and difficulties is a positive force for improvement. Attachment is self-centered conce...
Buddhism incorporates a variety of practices to help us calm our body and mind, and it all depends on whether we do these practices on a regular basis. In our daily lives, we can spare a certain pe...