“When we doubt ourselves before starting a new venture, a new relationship, or taking the next big steps in our lives, we can reflect on
Be honest with yourself – What is important to understand is that the view you have of yourself and the view you have of your
Metta practice is the cultivation of our capacity for lovingkindness. It does not involve either positive thinking or the imposition of an artificial positive attitude.
When we are angry we are blind to reality. Anger may bring us a temporary burst of energy, but that energy is blind and it
Practice of giving and receiving, we take on, through compassion, all the various mental and physical sufferings of all beings; their fear, frustration, pain, anger,
Treat your anger with the utmost respect and tenderness, for it is no other than yourself. Do not suppress it—simply be aware of it. Awareness