Four Noble Truths  —  4 Descriptors of the Way Life Is

4 Descrip­tors of the Way Life Is–the Buddha’s age-old wis­dom (the Four Noble Truths) is per­fect for help­ing us see through the clouds of the last few years.  Lan­guage Struc­ture & Change, pg. 47) Let’s have a look at the Bud­dha’s Four Noble Truths, which I pre­fer to call the 4 Descrip­tors of the Way Life Is.

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4 Descriptors of the Way Life Is

Locating Yourself

Locat­ing Your­self  —  most define them­selves using lists. You just might be, only, what you enact. Let’s look at the ways we cat­e­go­rize our­selves  —  and pro­pose an alter­na­tive. When asked about Locat­ing Your­self  —  asked the ques­tion “Who are you?” most peo­ple rhyme off a list. They start with where they belong, and give you their

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Setting Boundaries

Set­ting Bound­aries  —  one source for stress is a lack of bound­aries, AKA the inabil­i­ty to say no. What Are Bound­aries? Per­son­al bound­aries are emo­tion­al, phys­i­cal, and men­tal lim­its that we estab­lish. Bound­aries dif­fer from per­son to per­son, and are: Set­ting bound­aries is a per­son­al respon­si­bil­i­ty, root­ed in self-care and a desire to cul­ti­vate well-being. The premise is that no one and noth­ing can

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