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  • The 3 practices of Buddhism

    The three practices in Buddhism

    The three practices in Buddhism

    Admit you are hooked

    The three practices

    1. Aknowledge you are hooked

    2. Do something different
    Choose a fresh alternative

    3. Take a pause
    And break out of the pattern
    The habit that has build up
    NO yes, but..

    Make this practices a way of life

    Escape the chaining

    Seek new ways

    Synopsis –

    Being in a heated argument without knowing how you got to this angry place? Tracking back it always starts with an irritation that triggers a response with no end.

    Tibetan Buddhist call this trigger Shenpa.

    Translated as an attachment, a trigger, stickiness, being hooked. That is what gets us into trouble over and over and over again.

    Aknowledge your Shenpa, seek new ways, break the chaining.

    Make this a way of life

    Make this a way of life

     

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