Sharon Salzberg on Increasing Acts of Kindness

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Look for the Good in Yourself

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All too often we tend to focus on, or even fixate on, the mistakes we’ve made, the times we didn’t speak out because we were too timid, the times we spoke out brusquely or clumsily, and all of our regrets. Looking for the good within isn’t a way to deny our difficulties or problems. Instead, it's a way to broaden our outlook to make it more truthful and rid it of self-criticism. This is a foundation for kindness to ourselves.

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Buddhist teacher and author Sharon Salzberg talks about using meditation to develop a spiritual life. Through meditating, we can confront all facets of our being and bring self-awareness to our everyday lives.

Buddhist teacher and author Sharon Salzberg talks about using meditation to develop a spiritual life. Through meditating, we can confront all facets of our being and bring self-awareness to our everyday lives.

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