These 7 Habits Of Buddhist Monks Will Change Your Life Forever

Achieving inner peace is the goal of everyone and requires mental, moral and emotional dexterity. But what is the secret to be able to fin...

Achieving inner peace is the goal of everyone and requires mental, moral and emotional dexterity. But what is the secret to be able to find calm and finally reach the inner serenity? Why do the Buddhist monks, for their part, seem so peaceful and are they so full of wisdom and appeasement, internally as externally? What are their secrets to get there?

Buddhism, more perceived today as a true philosophy of life than as a religion in its own right, consists first and foremost, to try as much as possible, to reduce human suffering by decomposing it while detaching itself deeply. material values and focusing on the present moment.

At first glance, this may seem almost impossible for a human being. That's why, we're going to review, the

7 main precepts and most important attitudes of Buddhism that we can adopt and assimilate in our daily life.

Although difficult to adopt at first, a certain perseverance to apply them, will make it possible to derive all the benefits throughout our life.

1. Material detachment
Buddha was born as a prince, his birth was also synonymous with opulence in a context where the material aspect was present and where he could not miss anything. But his insides have pushed him to detach and abandon this environment that will have made him aware of the frustrating nature of materialism. 2,300 years later, the Buddhist monks will strive to adopt the same attitude by being content with the bare minimum at the material level, keeping only what was really important to them, while cultivating this detachment material for the least beneficial .

2. Detachment - Taking care of others
Part of Buddhist philosophy requires rejection and a complete lack of selfishness. Indeed, Buddhist monks learn and do things for others and not for themselves. When they meditate, they focus their thoughts and wishes for the good of all and all communities. When a full-fledged person manages to cultivate and practice this purely altruistic attitude, she reaches some form of detachment from her own personal concerns or problems.

3. Meditate enough
One of the main habits of Buddhist monks to which they devote several hours a day, of course, is meditation. Rich in benefits, this recognized practice to improve cognitive functions while reducing stress, develops a certain detachment, even an eviction of emotions, grudges or worries that can imprison us. To devote even just 30 minutes a day, will prove to be the first fruits of a real inner well-being.

4. Put yourself within the reach of the wisdom of older
Buddhist monks have a perception of the elderly as beings filled with wisdom and able to bring a vision of life that allows to take the best way. Everyone has an older and more experienced person at their side, who is better able to bring life lessons appropriate to each situation.

5. Listen carefully and without judgment
The human being is thus made, he instantly judges his neighbor. But according to Buddhists, the full consciousness of which they are impressed does not make any judgment on others and aims precisely to develop the communication with his "like" without evaluating or judging him. Adopting this behavior teaches us to better understand others to, in a sense, come to understand ourselves.

6. Change is the only law of the universe
If one refers to Buddhist Master Shunryu Suzuki, one of the fundamental principles to adopt in life is the acceptance of change. Obviously, the human being is generally afraid of change, of the unknown and to leave his comfort zone because he feels some suffering and no one likes to suffer! Nevertheless, Master Suzuki assures us that "we can overcome this by recognizing that the content of our mind is in perpetual motion". Life too is not it?

7. Living in the moment
We human beings have some difficulty in experiencing the present moment. We think incessantly about the past and the future. How can we settle and remove the good lessons of one and build the other, if we fail to focus on the present? Mindfulness precisely, encourages us to refocus and allows us to refocus our thoughts to the present moment.
Habits Of Buddhist Monks Will Change Your Life Forever

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