1. Remember what you receive. (e.g. benefit or kindness you received in your life) 2. Thank the giver. 3. Wish the giver (well and) happy. 4. Intent to benefit the giver (or make the giver honorable). 5. Experience joy in the joy of the giver.
1. Know your breath. 2. Know the cause of your breath. 3. Know your breath from another angle. 4. Know the true nature of your breath. 5. Examine your mind that knows the breath whether it is reliable.
1. Be aware of your in-breath and out-breath. 2. Be aware of your breath and your body. 3. Just be with your breath and your body. 4. Be aware of breath and joy. 5. Be aware of your breath and an urge. 6. Just be with your breath and the urge. 7. Be aware of … Continue reading Eight Mindfulness of Breathing
Who Is Right You are right. So are others who you think are wrong. What you see What you see is because of what you don’t see. Life and Death Life is possible because of death. Death is possible because of life. The Creator The one who creates your life. The one who creates your … Continue reading Insights: Fruit of Mindfulness
First Practice (Magnifying Glass) It is as easy as burning a paper with a magnifying glass. Like steadily focusing sunlight on a paper with a magnifying glass, steadily focus your mind on your breath. Note: Focusing and steadiness are two key skills you are using. Focusing is about noticing the sensations of your breath in … Continue reading Mindfulness Basics
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Beginners: What is mindfulness? Mindfulness refers to being aware of something. Mindfulness also refers to the capacity of the mind for knowing. Mindfulness can also refer to other things and can be interpreted in various different ways. To know mindfulness, it is best to experience for oneself. How do I know I am doing right … Continue reading Mindfulness Questions