Righteous path wrote:Like Kona in the post below. or i should above. i want to embrace Buddhism myself as well. im a fresh newbie too.
in this forum, I asked a little while ago the best way to go about theravada.. or maybe i havent, My mind is going in 1000 directions at 10,000 miles per hour.
I dont have a zen master or any teachers in my area.
My daughters mother and I are trying to achieve peace within us, and learn the Theravada and zen, so that we too, can become masters.. and maybe at both.
i wanted to know some daily practices for a person who cannot got to the Goenka retreat, and wants to work on achieving the nirvana state, and make daily progress in a busy schedule.. I could take a weekend sometime and do a personal two day retreat at my own home.
But, as probably a lot of us, I have a busy schedule, plus Im job hunting right now... and I could really use the inner peace and anticipated prosperity that comes with the benefits of learning the Theravada. Im also trying to understand Zen.. but one at a time.. ill choose theravada first.
so what are the ways of doing daily practice, that works, and If there are many ways to go about daily practice, how can I explore this? And then, share this with my daughters mother?
if we both, or just I achieve this.. ill be a much better person.. Slow to anger.. if i have justifiable anger left at all at the mastery.
Yes, I am requesting that I want to train myself to be a Aharat. Did I spell that right.
What is the righteous path to go about this?
Righteous path wrote:I live in Canton, Ohio
I dont know anything near me to learn to meditate.
I'd love to join up though, that would be a very good thing for us
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