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The Daily Sit :: March 2023
March 01: Orienting in the Direction of Non-Harm & Goodwill
With the 5 precepts as a guide to living well, refraining from causing harm brings forth wholesome heart qualities of safety, trust, honesty, integrity, respect, clarity.
March 06: Renunciation is the Art of Letting Go
Abandon, and if we can’t, then refrain, restrain, contain, resist---the unwholesome, the harmful, the unskillful, as much as possible so we cause the least amount of harm possible.
March 08: Renunciation as a Process
The story of my evolving relationship with sports.
March 13: The Daniya Sutta
A poetic dialogue between the Buddha and a layperson named Daniya sheds light on the practice of renunciation.
March 15: Renunciation of Internal Habits of Mind
Many habits of mind are deeply engrained and cause suffering. Planning mind and hurrying mind are two examples used to describe how to practice ..with patience and kindness
March 20: Renouncing Worry
We all have habits that cause us distress. The longer they’ve been around the harder they are to see and to let go of. How can we begin to interrupt them, not once but many times? Each interruption slowly widdles them away and strengthens resilience in us!
March 22: Renouncing Negative Self-Talk
1.Notice these negative moments 2. Don’t believe them 3. Replace with kindness
March 29: Renouncing Dukkha
SEE (your) unskillfulness, FEEL the dis-ease, discomfort, or harmfulness and INTERRUPT these actions/patterns not once but many times. This is how we renounce harmfulness by interrupting the habit as many times as is needed.
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