7 Qualities of the Dharmic Person: #3June 28, 2021 | 14 Comments
Audio-only version is here.
Meditation practice begins at 16:14.
Dear Open Heart Project,
I’m so glad you are signed up for this video series: The Seven Qualities of the Dharmic Person. Today we discuss the third quality. The first quality, passionlessness, was discussed here. The second, contentment, can be found here.
This third quality is called fewer activities. It seems that as our practice progresses, we become less and less interested in, well, BS (of lack of a better phrase). We naturally focus more and more on what is essential, important, and meaningful. As with all the Qualities, you don’t have to try to accomplish them; they arise on their own. Please have a listen to this talk to learn more.
Thoughts, questions? I always love to hear from you.
In other news: A revised and expanded edition of the very first book I ever wrote (and The New York Times best selling) The Hard Questions: 100 Essential Questions to Ask Before You Say “I Do” was just published last week. It includes discussion (and questions) on topics that weren’t particularly salient when I first wrote the book: the role of social media in a couple’s life, the vast political divides we now experience, and pressing societal concerns that also have impact on our home life. If you (or anyone you know) is thinking of committing to a relationships, this book might be helpful! xo S
The Hard Questions is available now here.