26 March Resources

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What we were working on to embody resilience:

  • Intention
  • Breath Awareness
  • Breath Pattern (5.5 second in/out)
  • Endurance of challenge
  • Breathing in poses it is hard to breathe in
  • Recurring pit stops to refocus and recharge
  • Rest

Traditional Phrase: All beings are the owners of their karma. Their happiness and unhappiness depend upon their actions, not upon my wishes for them.

Adam’s Version: I am responsible for my actions. I am responsible for my heart. May I find happiness. May I find peace exactly where I am.

I wish you happiness, but… you are responsible for your own actions, you are responsible for your own heart. May you find peace exactly where you are.

The Buddha on Equanimity

As a solid mass of rock

Is not stirred by the wind,

So a sage is not moved

By praise and blame.

As a deep lake

Is clear and undisturbed,

So a sage becomes clear

Upon hearing the Dharma.

Virtuous people always let go.

They don’t prattle about pleasures and desires.

Touched by happiness and then by suffering,

The sage shows no sign of being elated or depressed.

—Dhammapada 81-83

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