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New “Buddhist Bits” Podcast episode is here!

Bodhi&Bass Presents: Buddhist Bits

#2 The 6 R’s

If you ever thought to yourself: ‘mindfulness is just too hard!’ or conversely: ‘Meditation is just so boring, how can you just sit there and do nothing’, this Buddhist Bit is for you!

The Six ‘R’s is an incredibly simple and powerful technique for reestablishing mindfulness whenever and wherever the attention wanders off. This technique is an innovation of Bhante U Vimalarami. Visit his website @www.dhammasukha.org.

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Mark has been practicing Buddhadharma since about 2008. Starting out in a Theravada context and learning from outstandingly inspiring teachers, he then practiced Zen in both the Korean and Vietnamese traditions, and now studies and practices Vajrayana (Kagyu) Buddhism and is a novice priest of Chan Buddhism (Linji Lineage of HsuYun). His highest aspiration and greatest inspiration is the actual pursuit of happiness – that means his own happiness, coupled – inextricably – with that of all others.

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