An Undefended Heart: Using Buddhist Practices to Stay Present with our Pain so We Don’t Seek Relief in Addictive Behaviors

Jan 30, 2016 | Mary Stancavage

When we crave things to be different and chase an illusory good time, we only compound our suffering. Turning towards reality allows us to develop a different relationship with it which leads to freedom.

This session is from Worldwide Insight’s Healing & Insight series which ran in 2016. This series explored the sharp end of suffering – including addiction in its broadest sense, depression, physical and mental pain, and stress – through the lens of the Buddhist teachings.

An Undefended Heart: Using Buddhist Practices to Stay Present with our Pain so We Don't Seek Relief in Addictive Behaviors

by Mary Stancavage | Audio Version

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