It’s the Little Things

The little things that happen to us daily are important pieces of our impermanence practice. Building your acceptance of impermanence daily is critical to decreasing your dukkha and increasing your resilience.

The Promise of Impermanence

In this episode of the Death Dhamma podcast, we follow  Mary Carol as she grapples with being ill and her assumptions around what impermanence means versus what impermanence REALLY means. Mary Carol might not be too different than the rest of us.

Reflections on Impermanence

For now, your host, Margaret Meloni, is happy to share with you some of her reflections from conversations with our season 2 teachers. She is reminded that impermanence is not easy for any of us, we are all grieving something, and our approaches to handling it all are very similar. You might agree with her observations, or you might have other thoughts!

Lessons Learned from Wendy Block: Compassion is the Balm

And it was and still is experiential that draws on compassion and also can lead us to become more compassionate toward others.

I had to extend compassion to myself. And later, as helping others became part of my path, I learned that my experience would help me be compassionate toward others if and only if I accepted that my experience was only representative of how things worked for me on my path.

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