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Spa still life

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Saddhamala (Nancy Nicolazzo) is a twenty-year veteran of teaching, consulting and coaching and the founder of MindfulWorkshops. Assisting individuals and corporate professionals to find ways to improve their personal and professional lives with skillfulness, compassion and awareness is the focus of her online Mindfulness Coaching. You can read about her work (and hire her) at mindfulworkshops.com To contact Saddhamala, click here nn.mindfulworkshops@gmail.com Read more articles by .



Comment from justice kojo tetteh
Time: March 29, 2011, 5:23 am

please i want to know the relation of practice and enlightenment in Buddhism.


Comment from Saddhamala
Time: March 29, 2011, 7:06 am

I am assuming, by practice, you are speaking about meditation. If this is correct, meditation is a way of understanding what enlightenment is. By meditating we learn about ourselves, how our minds work, whether we are practicing ethics, if we are being kind and compassionate and how we can become more in tune with reality. We learn what it means to be enlightened and can then align our thoughts, speech and actions in accordance with it.

It’s a good question – I hope this answer is helpful.

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