Sunday, October 12, 2014
"As you cultivate silence, even if it may be in one-minute intervals, you begin to lord over your mind, until you are able to abandon it and use it only when necessary. You can use the mind to make calculations or plan your day, but should be able to let it rest when it is not needed. This is the key to freedom."
Sri Prem Baba
What to Do When Anger Gets Hot | October 12, 2014
Americans think it is beneficial to ‘get in touch with’ their anger. That’s just the first step—recognizing your anger. The second step is analyzing and meditating on your anger.
- Ngawang Gelek Demo Rinpoche, “What to Do When the Anger Gets Hot”