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June 2011 Newsletter

Welcome to Wildmind’s latest monthly meditation newsletter. You’re receiving this email because you subscribed to our newsletter mailing list. You may unsubscribe at any time by following the instructions at the end of this email.

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meditating in a windowMeditation is medically proven to reduce stress, promote emotional well-being, and even to promote the growth of brain cells. You can gains these benefts with the support and guidance of an experienced meditation teacher when you take one of Wildmind’s online meditation courses.

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On practice

meditating in a windowLetting go of limiting self-views, embracing our potential
by Bodhipaksa

The language we use can often limit our potential by suggesting that we’re fixed and static.

Bodhipaksa shows how we can change our language, and change what we believe we’re capable of.

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gratitudeCockatiels and self-care
by Arthakusalin

A Belgian Buddhist has often had a hard time expressing his needs, but a family crisis and reflections on his encounters with a family pet has made him realize the importance of taking care of himself in a mindful and compassionate way.

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gratitudeAvalokitesvara: The heart of the rainbow
by Parami

Parami grew up as a Catholic in Scotland. She abandoned that faith and became a Buddhist, but the Holy Spirit seems to have stayed with her!

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gratitudeWhy I call myself a Buddhist
by Mandy Sutter

Mandy recently “came out” as a Buddhist, but found some friends and family weren’t entirely supportive.

But, she explains, embracing Buddhism wasn’t exactly something she’d “decided” to do, but was the result of a “tipping point” in her life.

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gratitudeBecoming doubtful of doubt
by Bodhipaksa

Bodhipaksa examines some recent and ongoing research that sheds light on how the experience of depression arises, and that also helps us understand the Buddhist teaching on the hindrance of doubt.

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gratitudeHow to clear your mind of negative thoughts
by Saddhamala

It has been said that the mind is like a wild elephant that needs taming, Saddhamala tells us. If you have ever meditated and tried to quiet your mind, you will have experienced your thoughts as continuous and difficult to manage. But here are some tips...

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gratitudeThe four foundations of mindfulness as a dynamic process
by Bodhipaksa

Bodhipaksa takes a seriously geeky look at a famous Buddhist teaching on mindfulness -- the four satipatthanas -- and finds that there’s more to them than meets the eye.

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Book reviews

book cover“Buddha at Bedtime” by Dharmachari Nagaraja

Bodhipaksa was delighted to find this book of Buddhist bedtime stories, and even more delighted to find it had been written by an old friend. But it’s his children’s response that’s the true test? What did they think of it? Come find out!

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book cover“The End of Your World” by Adyashanti

So you got enlightened. Now what?

A recent book by the post-Zen non-dualist teacher Adyashanti is aimed at providing guidance for those who have had insight experiences.

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