Recently I read an interesting article by Dr. Edo Shonin “Can a Person Attain Enlightenment Just by Practicing Mindfulness?” and had a conversation with my teacher and mentor.
He indicated that this article makes an important effort in bringing attention to the concepts of enlightenment and Buddhism to a broader audience. While Dr. Shonin and his co-author Van Gordon should be recognized for their honorable intention to educate the general public, some aspects in the article may require further clarification to avoid any misunderstanding. My teacher highlighted the following three points in particular: ...Continued.
Have you ever wondered whether enlightenment is for you or did you think of it as a rather vaguely defined virtue accessible to only a few select insiders?
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I talked to my teacher about the great responsibility that comes with parenting. I asked him questions for discussion, such as:
How should we raise our children to give them the best possible start in their lives?
How should we fulfill our role as parents so as to lay a strong foundation for our children: in which they will develop from to cultivate emotional and spiritual well-being and be able to foster meaningful relationships and professions?....Continued.
What is the difference between mind and thoughts?
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