Right intention is the key to living the life we want and to traversing the Buddha’s eightfold path, says Buddhist teacher Sylvia Boorstein.
Regularly remind yourself of your intentions, advises Sylvia Boorstein. It’s the key to keeping your life on target.
Diana Winston teaches a step-by-step meditation to practice in times of tragedy.
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A daily intention-setting practice, from Sylvia Boorstein.
If you contemplate these traditional contemplations, the “four great reflections,” you will strengthen your intention to practice.
On the Buddhist path, our intention deepens into commitment and then into vow. At that point, our intentions and our life become one.
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Not every challenge – nor every thought – needs to be acted on, says Sylvia Boorstein. We could be happier just letting go.