Tuesday, 12 August 2014
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I am so accustomed to complaining all the time that I find myself doing it frequently when I start off the day with the intent to avoid such things. Before you know it; I'm criticizing a rather difficult to deal with boss at work and various other people who are instruments of conflict in my life at this time. How do I stop this complaining? It's a very bad habit and my brain automatically goes into criticize mode on most days. I just automatically find myself doing it. It's crucial that I stop I know. What exactly would be a good first step for a beginner such as myself? I am not yet to the point where I can do in depth contemplation. I have had some moderate success in beginning meditation. I have occasionally seen images. Keeping up practice will improve this. Any suggestions to help me in breaking the complaint habit?
8 years ago
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Comprehension produces peace.

Comprehension is the result of cognizance.

Become aware of your mind and how it works. When you see how your mind makes you suffer, you will understand how others suffer without knowing why.

This develops compassion!

Study Treatise of Revolutionary Psychology!

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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