@Vivek.Padalia
Speaking Buddha
@Vivek.Padalia · 5:00

Mind & Meditation : My Happiness

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He was passing by a village and a villager has seen him who was not very fond of him. And he went to him and started abusing Gautam. Buddha was listening him and was smiling. After some time the villager got irritated and asked him, why are you smiling and you are not impacting by my words. Buddha says, because I am not accepting, I am not holding your words. That's why it is not impacting me. Or there is a guy who wanted to marry her son

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@Gamechanger
Ranjana Kamo
@Gamechanger · 0:54
So I think you are so right in saying that so many times you're able to miss out on opportunities because of the way we react, and that is human nature. And to control that, it's difficult but not impossible. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. Have a lovely evening. Bye
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@Vivek.Padalia
Speaking Buddha
@Vivek.Padalia · 0:31

@Gamechanger #vivekswellcastreply #vivekpodcast

Rightly said, it is not difficult to control our mind, to be more responsive rather than reactive. It's just we have to be conscious and have to do some practice around it. So mindfulness techniques are there, meditation techniques are there. So it ultimately helps us to achieve what we want with our life, or we can give more meaning to it. So thank you. As usual, thank you very much for your support and sharing
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@Swell
Swell Team
@Swell · 0:15

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@challasrigouri
Challa Sri Gouri
@challasrigouri · 1:34
Apart from that, as you said, most of the time what happens is our anger and our reaction to certain situation will actually create a kind of trap because of which we actually lose the opportunities that we dreamt of. So how to take situations, how to ignore certain situation is something which is really important to learn, as you gave an example of Swami Vivekananda. So that situation shows most of the time we are in a world where people always try to pull you down
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@Vivek.Padalia
Speaking Buddha
@Vivek.Padalia · 0:49

@challasrigouri

Thank you, Gauri, for sharing your thoughts, particularly on how we actually engage ourselves in the reactions and blaming and all those stuffs you rightly mentioned. And there is a tool called meditation. That's why we connected this particular topic under this series. Because, because if we keep practicing mindfulness or the meditation or some other techniques, it helps us to be more conscious, aware what we are doing, whether we have more control on our mind so that we are more responsive rather than reactive
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