Jia Xin (Khemā)

Jia Xin (Khemā)

Jia Xin (Khemā)

Jia Xin (or Khemā) is a potato in a human form, trying to do her best with this life. She resonates most with the Dhamma of the Thai Forest Tradition, and also writes about her practice on her blog once in a blue, blue moon. She writes at: https://mettafrommelbourne.blogspot.com/
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I’ve Let Go (Or have I?)

As “spiritual people” we might go through difficult events thinking we have transcended them – but actually, it may have just been spiritual bypass. To truly let something go, we must first find a way to meet ourselves and our suffering.

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Pandemic Diaries: Lessons On Right Effort And Morality

TLDR: ‘Right’ Effort is not always obvious. Walking the Middle Way applies – especially to our actions during the current pandemic. While it’s important to adhere to guidelines, it’s important to practice self-compassion. In the Ambalatthika-rahulovada Sutta, the...