”The body benefits from movement, and the mind benefits from stillness.”

Sakyong Mipham

It’s important to know both stillness and movement. Quite often treated as separate things but if you manage to combine the two you will discover a whole new world.

Next time you go for a walk try seeing things through the eyes of a child, as if it’s the first time you’ve seen things around you. See what captures your attention now, and give your mind stillness from your current flow.

Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, born on July 15, 1962, is a prominent Tibetan Buddhist teacher, author, and leader of the Shambhala lineage. Known for his profound wisdom, Sakyong Mipham has dedicated his life to imparting the teachings of mindfulness, compassion, and enlightened society. His wisdom lies in his ability to bridge ancient wisdom with the modern world, offering guidance on how to cultivate inner peace, ethical conduct, and meaningful relationships. Sakyong Mipham’s teachings emphasize the importance of mindfulness in everyday life, encouraging individuals to connect with their inherent wisdom and create positive change in the world. Through his books, lectures, and leadership, he inspires others to embrace their own potential for enlightenment and work towards a more compassionate and harmonious society.

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