The Causes of Anxiety and Suffering

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The Causes of Anxiety and Suffering
The Causes of Anxiety and Suffering
Mingyur Rinpoche

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Five Buddhist teachings can help people in current times of fear, anxiety and isolation.
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Inner peace is related to mental calmness. Physical experience doesn’t necessarily determine our mental peace. If we have mental peace, then the physical level is not so important.
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