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Resolve to be Happy

posted 01/3/18No comments

A post from instructor, Maria Patella

The arrival of a new year often signals resolutions. Generally they revolve around releasing something old and embracing something new or at least old in the sense that it is unwanted and new in the sense that it is desired.

The success rate of New Year’s resolutions is abysmal even with the best and strongest of intentions and dedication. Why is this so? It is not merely a matter of will power or talent or skill, though all play a part.

Attachment, say the Eastern texts, is the root of all suffering. Humans seem to cling quite naturally. Perhaps it has something to do with our evolution, all that swinging in trees. Joking aside, we naturally come by our attachments from a deep place. Arrival of a new year often signals resolutions. Generally they revolve around releasing something old and embracing something new or at least old in the sense that it is unwanted and new in the sense that it is desired.

<read more on Maria’s blog>


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