The dumpster fire of life rages on, but you got this. Practice six rules to keep you grounded, weather the sh*tstorm, and actually be a decent person.
It may seem like the world's going to hell in a handbasket right now. Whether it's the big stuff like politics, family dynamics, and climate change, or the little stuff like paying your bills, getting to work on time, and fending off social media trolls, we can all admit, life's no cakewalk. And yet, we all really want to at least try to show up and do the best we can (even though there's a 100% chance of f*ck-ups along the way). Here are six really good guiding principles, inspired from the ancient wisdom of Buddhism and mindfulness practice, to keep you anchored and steady amidst the chaos.
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About the Author
CRAIG AND DEVON HASE are the cofounders of SATI Mindfulness, which provides personal coaching, online classes, and mindfulness workshops and retreats throughout North America and Europe. Devon serves on retreat teams for the Insight Meditation Society and Spirit Rock, is a mentor in Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach's Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Certification Program, and is a coach on the Ten Percent Happier app. Craig holds a PhD in counseling psychology, works as a therapist and coach, and teaches on the online platform Simple Habit. To learn more, visit www.satimindfulness.com