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5 Buddhist phrases to achieve Zen balance

Zen philosophy defends the importance of achieving balance between body and mind. We discover 5 Buddhist phrases that will help you to achieve it easily.

The Buddhism was one of the philosophical movement that reached its peak in the middle of the twentieth century. Thanks to it, it is possible to achieve balance with everything that happens around us and with the rest of the elements that make up the universe.

This was one of the maxims promulgated by Siddharta Gautama, better known as Buddha, a sage and thinker of great relevance in the eastern world who was born in the city of Lumbini, a region of the most remote in southern Nepal around the 6th century BC

Despite the fact that most of his teachings are centuries old, many of them were later exposed in a multitude of famous quotes that we will discuss below.

5 wonderful Buddhist phrases that will help you have a balanced body and mind

“Peace comes from within. Don’t look for it outside”- Buddha

We couldn’t start this list without obviously talking about Buddha. In this first quote, this Nepalese philosopher emphasizes that it is we ourselves who have “the power” to be happy through our acts and actions. We are the ones who ultimately know best the virtues and defects that we have as people.

Hence, it is very important to enhance those aspects that we consider most positive as a way to achieve happiness.

“Be patient. Wait for the mud to settle and the water to be clear. It remains motionless until the right action arises by itself. ”- Lao Tzu

A very wise phrase that can be applied to any area of ​​our lives. Sometimes we try too hard to make sure everything happens according to certain established guidelines.

However, on many occasions we do not realize that not everything is under our control.  And therefore we will have to let life present us with an opportunity at the most unexpected moment, something that can only be achieved by being the most patient.

“There are only two days in the year when nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow. Today is the right day to love, grow, do and live”- Dalai Lama

Do you remember when a couple of weeks ago we told you about the Roman phrase “Carpe Diem”? Well, Buddhism with the Dalai Lama at the head has also used this mythical phrase that has already accompanied us for generations.

This statement delves into the power of the present in achieving our goals and objectives both in the short and long term. Maybe tomorrow will be too late to carry them out.

“Worried about a single leaf you will not see the whole tree” – Anonymous

When it comes to understanding and understanding any problem, we only focus on the root of it. However, if we want to find a solution as soon as possible, it is best to understand the situation and all the people around you. In this way, it will surely be much easier to find a solution for you.

Remember that the tree is not only its beautiful leaves and flowers. But it is also made up of its branches, bark and roots that ultimately keep it nailed to the ground.

“You should learn to let go before you learn to receive. Life should be touched. Not strangled”- Ray Bradbury

There will be moments in our life when we will have to deal with situations and people that we surely do not like. Given this, sometimes we will have no choice but to look away from them and move on with our lives.

Especially if we realize that we cannot do anything to change them. In this way, we will once again feel free and complete owners of our life.

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