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Guides to what actually works - Turning Arrows into Flowers: Day 7

On Thu, 21 May, 2020 - 08:53
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We’ve come to the end of our week together looking at training the mind to greater happiness using new ways of engaging with our experience in the world. To gather the threads of the practice together Yashobodhi reflects on some key, pithy lojong reminders that capture the great efficacy and delight of this work – and which we can carry with us well beyond these days with confidence. 

“Set your goal – make use of every day and night to achieve it!”

Yashobodhi here describes how it’s possible to remember the practice in every moment of our lives.

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JaneBolger's picture

Huge gratitude to Yashobodhi and the team at The Buddhist Centre for bring us this retreat. It has been a week of pure inspiration. Even the simple fact of giving the practice its historical context has been a lightbulb moment for me. Partially heard, partially understood and disconnected bits of practice and slogans have found their home. I am so grateful.