The Brahmavihārā are more accessible than you realise. Read on to find ideas on how to practice them in your daily life. Learn more about the author’s first-hand experience of the LGBTQIA+ Buddhist community, Rainbodhi Singapore.
We have all said goodbyes at some point in our lives. Does it always have to be a sad occasion? How can we better deal with goodbyes?
In a society where 98/100 is often seen as not good enough, why do we do? We can chase that perfection which online influencers (linkedin/ instagram etc) showcase to us. Or we can perhaps be chasing what matters to us. So, is being average okay? Here are 2 stories to tweak your perspective
1. Is it bad to be average? Especially if we don't chase wealth?
2. Perfection is like death. There's no room for something to come in.
I intended to have a mindful, focused, wholesome trip alone to London. It wasn’t. I remind myself to remain compassionate towards myself. From hyde park to a seedy-looking pizza shop, what can we learn about our minds and self-critic?
This month is one focused on mental health and mental well being. We often try to understand how we can support our friends. Plot twist: What if our actions are harming them instead? How can identify these signs and do better? The truth is less shocking than we think. Here's two stories to support our journey in becoming a better support!
1. 6 Signs YOU'RE the Toxic Friend
2. What to say and not to say when supporting a friend
What story do we tell ourselves when we hear the word ‘ghost’? Can we tell a new more familiar story about death and ghosts?