Have you ever wondered why some people have stronger will power and manage daily tasks much easier than others? For some of us, it’s hard to compete? One of the best ideas is to figure out the mind over matter and exercise the mind with meditation at Buddhist retreats for around ten minutes a day before and after work. Meditation reduces stress and opens our mind to a more peaceful, relaxing meaning to life.
Meditation can help you deal with stress and negative emotions. Multiple studies have shown that meditation can help reduce levels of depression and anxiety, along with helping people tolerate pain better. learning meditation and breathing exercises are both related to finding good karma. It helps decrease metabolism, lowers blood pressure, and improves heart rate, breathing, and brain waves.
In Thailand, there are some wonderful Buddhist retreats where you can spend time learning about the meaning of real Buddhism and it’s mindful healing of health problems. A decision can also be made to become a monk for a month and make the decision to stay as long as you want. By sticking to the rules of the Four Noble Truths it will bring enlightenment into your life. Mediation controls Anxiety. Less stress translates to less doubt which is where it promotes emotional health through exercising the brain to prolong an experience of good karma.
I lived for five years in Thailand and received some beautiful messages from those that asked me to enter into their religion to find peace. I miss it so much, however, due to illness I came home and still follow the words of the Buddha today in my own faith as a Christian.
Through exercising the mind it nurtures a slow meaning of emotional awareness which coincides with deep concentrated thoughts to block the environment on the outside. Meditation promotes emotional health like other teachings that exist today.
Meditation lengthens attention span as you drift into self-awareness of true karma if done right. When under meditation it gives a longer-lasting meaning to the truths of tranquillity. It may reduce age-related memory loss and can generate kindness as well as help fight addictions.
My name is Stephen a previous teacher of the English language in Thailand for 5-years, South Korea for 1 year, Bangladesh for 1 year and China for 3 years. In Thailand, I was lucky to live in an environment which was a Thai community.
Do I understand the times I spent in temples? I would say yes quite a lot, however, I do not speak Thai fluently but understand the faith comes from the heart the body and the Soul.
I hope you enjoy reading through my website at Dedicated Direction and learn about all I have to offer about my life of mental illness and instability of the mind for a progression of the future from where I feel it is taking me today. Nothing really changes unless we want it to and even then we have to battle against the forces that lie within.
Like many other websites, I do not preach the word of any religion, however, I personally believe what I have gone out to learn over the years with travel and learning about religion, culture and languages overall.
The Four Noble Truths
Buddhism teaches about suffering its origin, cessation and path. That’s what is taught in temples around the world. Buddha’s teaching goes back 2500 years ago.
Four Noble Truths contain the essence of the Buddha’s teachings. It was these four principles that the Buddha came to understand during his meditation under the bodhi tree.
At the core of Buddhism is the belief in the Four Noble Truths. Believed to have been conceived by Siddhartha Gautama, or Buddha, these four truths are The Truth of Suffering, The Truth of the Cause of Suffering, The Truth of the End of Suffering, and The Truth of the Path that Leads to the End of Suffering.
Thailand is a wonderful country to learn much more about Buddhism and its teachings with outstanding golden temples that give enlightenment for those that visit from other countries. I’ve spent more than five years in Thailand and visited many temples and understand the need to be faithful to the teachings of Buddha.
Five Tips to Love and Find Buddha
- Refrain from taking life. Not killing any living being. …
- Refrain from taking what is not given. Not stealing from anyone.
- Refrain from the misuse of the senses. Not having too much sensual pleasure. …
- Refrain from wrong speech. Not lying or gossiping about other people.
- Refrain from intoxicants that cloud the mind.