What We Resist Persists, But Resistance is Futile; Practices of a Bodhisattva #34

The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast: Episode 77

As addicts in any form of Buddhist Recovery , Dharma Recovery, Refuge Recovery, we try to focus on mindful, compassionate presence in the four moments that Buddha described. Yet, when we have ACEs and are in working with Trauma and Recovery, our resistance seems to persists despite our best efforts. Or is it because of them? Learn how to apply the Backwards Law, and the Law of Inverse Proportion to release our deepest attachments -even our addiction to suffering.

Readings from The Backwards Law, Enzelganger

For more, see The Backwards Law: The Twisted Trick for Getting Anything You Want

Continuing w the 37 Practices of a Bodhisattva, #34
This is the path of bodhisattvas, yogis and Buddhists in recovery.
“You can judge me, but please take what’s in my hand.

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