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Know that they are only actors and don't watch it if it's going to traumatize you. Don't watch any movies unless you like distraction.


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First and foremost, you must establish mindfulness of the body. Your mind should always be in your (lower) Dantian. Initially you may have to do exercises, push your abdomen out 100 times, several times a day, until you get used to being aware of your dantian. Whenever you deal with people (talk to strangers), you should force yourself to stay in your body. ...


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How do we understand this kind of sick entertainment in a Buddhist perspective (why do people enjoy this kind of things)? I don't enjoy that kind of thing (i.e. "horror movies"), so I don't ever watch them and don't have to think about them. It might be a bit like asking, "how do we understand drug addiction?" and one answer is that most people aren't in ...


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1:- How do we understand this kind of sick entertainment in a Buddhist perspective (why do people enjoy this kind of things)? How do we understand this? As impermanent, not ultimately satisfactory, and void of any self. Like all experience that make up samsara, giving rise to wanting or aversion to any of it is the seed for future suffering. As you now ...


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One recommendation is to stay aware of feelings (sensations) in your body, instead of being aware of a badly-defined fear. Am I conscious of painful bodily sensations, am I being physically aggressed? No Are painful bodily sensations likely to begin in the next few seconds, will I be aggressed? No Well, alright then The cause of your worry is presumably a "...


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I would recommend for doing Loving Kindness meditation. An example doing loving kindness is decribed here. http://www.mettainstitute.org/mettameditation.html You can also do a short and simple loving kindness by saying in your mind "Be peaceful". That will help to reduce your worrying. By accompanying with silanussati, loving kindness will be more ...


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You should start by being mindful on when you perceive something as a threat, friendly and neither. Look at the associated sensation that arise with such perceiving. Best is to do a course on meditation. You can try: https://www.dhamma.org/en/index, http://www.internationalmeditationcentre.org/global/index.html, http://www.buddhanet.info/wbd/


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Metta meditation might help - wishing others to be happy and free of pain. What might also help is Tonglen meditation.


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