Feeling Discriminated? Practice Mindfulness

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Are you faced with a situation wherein you feel discriminated? How does your mind or body response? How should your response? Do you say nothing and keep such pain within?

Arthur Zajonc, author of Meditation as Contemplative Inquiry: When Knowing Becomes Love, talks about practicing mindfulness and self-awareness. In his book, Zajonc explained how Dalai Lama was able to “carry not only their trials but also the burden of those under their care…with grace and lightness that belies the fullness of their heavy hearts…because they discovered the secret of empathetic knowing and equanimity when confronted with suffering.”

So how do you resort to mindfulness in the middle of discriminatory situations? Check the article here: When Faced with Discrimination, Practice Mindfulness

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