Buddhist thoughts on dating
To understand it, though, you’ll need to understand its place within the overall structure of basic Buddhist philosophy and practice.
The basic premises of Buddhism are known as the Four Noble Truths.
But Buddhism is indeed a philosophy of joy, and the confusion among newcomers is partly because the words from the Sanskrit language do not have exact translations in English, and partly because the personal frame of reference for Westerners is much, much different than that of Eastern cultures.
So let’s explore the concept of non-attachment as used in Buddhist philosophy.
Such a reaction is common to people, especially from the West, as they begin to explore Buddhism.
If this philosophy that is supposed to be about joy, they wonder, why does it spend so much time saying that life is inherently full of suffering ( All those things sound discouraging, even depressing at first glance.
Mindfulness - noticing how you are feeling without judging it - helps you recognise unhelpful thoughts.Such a form of training, psychologically brings about atransformation in your mind so effectively that your feeling of loveand compassion is much more enhanced."from 'The Dalai Lama's Book of Wisdom'The LAma (as Bill Murray would call him) says it best: "If you have fear of some pain or suffering, you should examine whether there is anything you can do about it.If you can, there is no need to worry about it; if you cannot do anything, then there is also no need to worry.It does aim, however, at removing the blocks to the awareness of loves presence, which is your natural inheritance."Now I know ... I tried to fight the urgerestless was the night's sleepforces were against mebody responding to a higher powerknowing what was neededin the dead of nightwings taking flightto make everything rightjust me and my dream lover ..."Having reflected upon the faults of a self-centered way of thinking and life,and also having reflected upon the positive consequences of being mindfulof the well-being of other sentient beings and working for their benefit,and being convinced of this, then in Buddhist meditation there is a specialtraining which is known as 'the practive of Giving and Taking'.
It is possible to know the reason for this “suffering” or dissatisfaction, though, and it comes from three sources.