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Questions containing or motivated by some aspect of personal experience. The experience can be during formal Buddhist practice or during everyday activity however the experience will be related to Buddhist practice or doctrine. The questions will necessarily have a subjective quality however the question or answers will contain references to Buddhist scripture, doctrine or an established teacher.

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Does someone actively practise this type of meditation for a longer period of time? I feel like that it does not really work. Is there something to keep in mind to increase its effectiveness? I think …
asked May 27 '18 by Val
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I want forgiveness for what others did to me and also forgiveness for myself for my past actions. The first part isn't in your sphere of control. Having preferences like that other people better …
answered Aug 9 '18 by Val
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With respect, but if you already had a 'bad time' and Buddhism does not seem tk work out the way you expected, then I suggest to seek out a therapist. The Buddha wasn't a pessimist who claimed that …
answered Aug 9 '18 by Val
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Since some buddhist anwers were given I will give you now as an adjunct also a western psychological solution: While it is now easier said than done by me, but "eliminating" envious feelings is quite …
answered Jul 15 '18 by Val
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Ajahn Jayasaro has a lot of Dhamma talks, Q&As and guided meditation sessions. Just look up on YouTube.
answered Mar 6 by Val
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Hello folks I have some questions on mindfulness. How do I maintain mindfulness in stressed or high stimulus environments? It's easy at home and when I do my things alone but once I'm at work (deliv …
asked Jul 5 '17 by Val
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Your question is concerned about motivation and constancy, right? Answering the latter briefly: Yes, constancy is important & also the quality of it. This can be compared to every skill really. This …
answered Feb 13 by Val