Impermanence buddhism and negative emotions
Metta is loving kindness, the kind of loving kindness a mother feels for her child. Therefore, think like this. Artificial change—make up, plastic surgery and so forth—cannot make you younger, cannot arrest the aging process, cannot prevent decay, cannot stop death.
Buddhist antidotes to negative emotions
A person who goes to see wildlife would like a little excitement rather than plainly see the animals at a distance. All the different negative minds—the great root of ignorance, hatred, all the other wrong conceptions, all the obscurations that prevent liberation from samsara and enlightenment—can be terminated by the energy generated through remembering impermanence and death; this is the original cause of the cessation of all these delusions. Because he was attached to the gift. This was the most important thing he had to leave us—a teaching on impermanence. Rhys Davis, "Taken together they give us the emotional and conative aspects of the modern nation of conscience, just as sati represents it on its intellectual side. Hatred is an emotion which has been generally condemned by the Buddha, so it is difficult to think of any positive forms it may take, such as "righteous indignation" or a "just war. The most practical reason for wanting to do this job is, first of all, because it will make us more happy — and we know we want to be happy! Relating to the world through the fiction of a self, we become protective and greedy. In the words of Ven. Inspired and exhilarated by this new dimension of freedom, we come to uncover a depth of peace, joy and confidence in ourselves that fills us with wonder and gradually breeds in us a certainty that there is in us something that nothing destroys, that nothing alters, and that cannot die. Through loving kindness, everyone and everything can flower again from within. On the one hand an emotion is a physiological state of arousal; on the other, it also involves an object as having a certain significance or value to the individual. If there is no problem than there is no need to worry.
Those practicing these techniques in life who are really able to let go inside themselves, find they are able to cope better with outer stress and are less bothered or worried by what transpires in their life. Knowing this, one should, from the very first, renounce acquisition and heaping up, and building, and meeting; and faithful to the commands of an eminent guru, set about realizing the Truth which has no birth or death.
So, remembering death, Milarepa felt afraid and his fear drove him to the mountains, where he realized the absolute true nature, the reality of the mind, and thus overcame his fear of death.
And then let the feelings go. You have an incredible collection of negative karma in your consciousness, built up since beginningless time.
And this body is extremely fragile, like a water bubble. Here, we need to be honest with ourselves. Accumulated anger of this sort can explode in very many subtle forms, as such anger exists at a subterranean level in the form of the pa.
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