Buddha’s Five Remembrances, as translated by Thich Nhat Hanh. This is a guided meditation for working on illness and death, accepting loss, and touching the reality of being human.
This is NOT a beginner meditation. There are no basic instructions in the audio track. If you’re working on recovery from anxiety disorders or tackling anxiety and compulsions around traveling, the Five Remembrances cover topics you’ll likely be learning to accept, like death, illness, loss, aging, and separation. Also, very importantly, it’s an opportunity to bring our attention back to living, right now, aligning our actions with our values in this moment. Enjoy!
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