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What does Buddhism say about boredom?

Well, technically boredom is a form of tanha, craving. We crave for excitement, for fun, for an external source of energy. And according to principle of "this-that conditionality" craving is ...
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Being mindful sitting/working on a computer

I find being mindful while sitting on a computer very hard. Being mindful of what you are going is good but not always the right mindfulness. What you can pratice in such a situation: Mindfulness ...
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What does Buddhism say about boredom?

The neither-pleasant-nor-painful feelings also known as neutral feelings is one of three types of feeling including pleasant and painful. Feelings here means sensations experienced by the six senses (...
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Can software development benefit from mindfulness?

Yes, every profession gains from mindfulness, even the butcher — the butcher will eventually abandon his profession, if he perseveres in his mindfulness, and stays true and honest to himself. A ...
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Can software development benefit from mindfulness?

SD Times explains that in Converging software development and mindfulness (emphasis is mine): Software development requires concentration and focus, an understanding of designing, coding, languages,...
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How to increase my potential in daimoku?

Daimoku simply refers to the reciting of the title of the Heart Sutra. While this is a Tendai tradition, all Tendai monks would have been intimately familiar with the actual content of the Sutra. What ...
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What does Buddhism say about boredom?

There are some advices on "RESTLESSNESS AND REMORSE" When the mind is restless, it is the proper time for cultivating the following factors of enlightenment: tranquillity, concentration and ...
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