Bouncing Back: The Art of Resilience and Renewal
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by Yeshe Rabgye
3w ago
Ultimately, bouncing back is about finding the inner strength to persevere, adapt, and grow in the face of adversity. It's about recognizing that setbacks are a natural part of the human experience and that they can serve as opportunities for self-discovery and transformation. With the right mindset and support systems in place, individuals can bounce back from even the most daunting challenges, emerging stronger, wiser, and more resilient than before. Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: Open Awareness, Open Mind - www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-Min…=1627806820&sr=8-1 The Best Way to Catch a Snake ..read more
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Navigating Grief: Understanding, Coping, and Healing
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by Yeshe Rabgye
2M ago
Grief is an unavoidable part of the human experience, a natural response to loss that can profoundly impact our emotional, mental, and physical wellbeing. Whether triggered by the death of a loved one, the end of a significant relationship, or a major life transition, grief is a universal phenomenon that touches us all at some point in our lives. In this podcast, we will explore the nature of grief, its emotional and psychological impact, the stages of grief, and constructive ways to cope with it. Additionally, we will delve into the perspective of Buddhism on grief and how its teachings offer ..read more
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From Perception to Action
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by Yeshe Rabgye
3M ago
In Buddhism, there are five omnipresent mental factors. These factors are present in every moment of our mental experience and play a fundamental role in shaping our thoughts, emotions, and actions. Understanding these factors can help us cultivate mindfulness and develop a deeper awareness of our own minds. Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: Open Awareness, Open Mind - www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-Min…=1627806820&sr=8-1 The Best Way to Catch a Snake - www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00TEPZ…f_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1 Life's Meandering Path - www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00NWU1…f_rwt_bibl_vppi_i3 Ripples in the S ..read more
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Unraveling the Mind for a Deeper Understanding
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by Yeshe Rabgye
5M ago
In both Buddhism and neuroscience, the concepts of brain, mind, and consciousness play vital roles in understanding human existence and awareness. While Buddhism offers a philosophical and spiritual perspective, neuroscience approaches these concepts from a scientific and empirical standpoint. Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: Open Awareness, Open Mind - www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-Min…=1627806820&sr=8-1 The Best Way to Catch a Snake - www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00TEPZ…f_rwt_bibl_vppi_i1 Life's Meandering Path - www.amazon.in/gp/product/B00NWU1…f_rwt_bibl_vppi_i3 Ripples in the Stream - www.ama ..read more
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Secular Buddhism: Bridging Eastern Wisdom and Western Minds
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by Yeshe Rabgye
6M ago
Buddhism, originating in ancient India, has traversed continents and centuries, touching the lives of millions. As it spread to the West, it underwent adaptations to resonate with the Western mindset. One such adaptation that gained popularity is Secular Buddhism. In this podcast, I want to explore the essence of Secular Buddhism, its distinctions from traditional Buddhism, and the reasons behind, what I think, is its appeal to Westerners. Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: Open Awareness, Open Mind - www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-Min…=1627806820&sr=8-1 The Best Way to Catch a Snake - www.amazon ..read more
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The Fluidity Of Reality
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by Yeshe Rabgye
7M ago
The Buddhist concept of emptiness refers to the idea that all things lack intrinsic or inherent existence. It is a way of understanding the nature of reality and the way in which things come into being. By recognising the emptiness of all things, we can let go of our attachment to fixed identities and concepts, leading to greater freedom and compassion. (You can read more about this topic here - https://yesherabgye.com/the-twelve-links-of-dependent-arising) Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: Open Awareness, Open Mind - www.amazon.in/Open-Awareness-Min…=1627806820&sr=8-1 The Best Way to Catch a S ..read more
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A Path To Peace
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by Yeshe Rabgye
9M ago
Over the years, I have spent a lot of time meditating and reflecting on world peace. I have even wondered if it was even possible. I concluded that it is not only possible, but also essential for humanity. It is complicated, multifaceted and requires cooperation, but it is achievable. World peace is important because it is the foundation for global prosperity, stability, and security. Without peace, individuals, communities, and nations are vulnerable to conflict, violence, and instability. War and conflict result in the loss of human lives, destruction of infrastructure, displacement of popul ..read more
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The Twelve Links of Dependent Arising
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by Yeshe Rabgye
1y ago
A central teaching in traditional Buddhism is the principle of dependent arising, which states that all things happen through cause and conditions and that they are interdependent. No phenomenon, whether outer or inner, occurs except as a reaction to a previous cause, and all phenomenon will, in turn, condition the following results. So, in a nutshell, because of one thing something else arises. Nothing in this world arises from its own power. Everything comes through causes and conditions. Wheel of Life link - https://yesherabgye.com/the-twelve-links-of-dependent-arising/ The Five ..read more
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Are We Born with Compassion?
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by Yeshe Rabgye
1y ago
It is my understanding that we are born with compassion as part of our survival instincts, which means compassion is essential to human relationships and to help humanity. The problem is these days we spend an awful lot of our day in the fight or flight mode, and this blocks our compassion. This is because we are stressed and under pressure for large parts of the day and the brain sees this as a threat. It is difficult for us to be compassionate if our brains are focused on survival. Though compassion is innate it does not always come easily. Here are seven ways to help build your compassion ..read more
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The Power of the Breath
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by Yeshe Rabgye
2y ago
During the pandemic, wouldn’t it be wonderful if we had something that will improve our sleep, digestion, immune and respiratory functions, while reducing our blood pressure, fear, and anxiety? The good news is there is something and it is called ‘breathworks.’ By learning to direct your attention to your breath, you can condition yourself to shift out of the fight or flight mode and into the rest and digest mode. So, from stress and anxiety and into calm and relaxation. Try my free guided meditation course on compassion https://round.glass/yesherabgye Books by Karma Yeshe Rabgye: Open Awarene ..read more
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