Much of what I’ve learned — and teach — about life balance comes from what I’ve gleaned from Buddhist teachers.
In one of the magazines I subscribe to, Lion’s Roar, I came upon this collection of recent teachings on dealing with the pandemic.
If you’re already familiar with Buddhism, much of this will be familiar, too. If not, I hope you’ll find it helpful, both for its immediate content and as an introduction to Buddhist methods for handling difficult circumstances with equanimity.
Copyright 2020, David J. Bookbinder
Nonfiction by David J. Bookbinder
The Art of Balance: Staying Sane in an Insane World on Amazon.com
The Art of Balance: Staying Sane in an Insane World on Amazon.co.uk
The Art of Balance Meditation Cheat Sheet
The Art of Balance Addictions Cheat Sheet
Paths to Wholeness: Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas
Coloring Books for Adults
52 (more) Flower Mandalas: An Adult Coloring Book for Inspiration and Stress Relief
52 Flower Mandalas: An Adult Coloring Book for Inspiration and Stress Relief
Fiction by Eugene K. Garber
The House of Nordquist
O Amazonas Escuro
The Art of Balance Cheat Sheet
Paths to Wholeness: Selections
The Eroica Trilogy: Selections
Flower Mandalas “Merch” Page
1 thought on “
How do Buddhists deal with the pandemic?”
I will read the Lion’s Roar advice, thank you for thinking of us and sharing it. But mostly, I want to thank you for selecting this particular Flower Mandala to share. I can’t stop looking at something so incredibly beautiful. The light and the heart of it are extraordinary, and so are the moments that I witness it.