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    Buddhist Psychology, Shame, and the Coronavirus Crisis

    Have you had difficulty in their own lives? If so, it’s nothing to be ashamed of. The First Noble Truth of the Buddha is that life is difficult. Anguish, mourning, and torment are unavoidable features of our human live. The Buddhist term for dissatisfaction is dukkha; to be alive is to experience dukkha. The Buddha […] More

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    Being Ashamed of Our Shame

    Shame is a universal, complex ardour. It is something we all experience. But oftentimes we’re not aware of the hidden behaviors it operates in us. We may become so fused with our reproach — it may loom so large in our subconsciou — that it unconsciously drives us. Shame is the belief that we are […] More

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