To cherish, with regards to Buddhism, is most importantly to be there. Be that as it may, being there is certainly not something simple. Some preparation is vital, some training. In the event that you are not there, how might you adore? Being there is a lot of a workmanship, the craft of reflection, on the grounds that pondering is carrying your actual presence to the present time and place. The inquiry that emerges is: Do have the opportunity to adore?
I know a kid of 12 whose father asked him one day: “Child, what might you like for your birthday present?” The kid didn't have any idea how to answer his dad, who was an exceptionally rich man, ready to purchase anything for his child. However, the kid needed nothing aside from his dad's presence. Since the job the dad played kept him extremely occupied, he lacked the opportunity to give to his better half and youngsters. Being rich is a deterrent to adoring. At the point when you are rich, you need to keep on being rich, thus you wind up dedicating all your time, all your energy in your regular routine, to remaining rich. On the off chance that this father were to comprehend what genuine romance is, he would do whatever is important to carve out opportunity for his child and his significant other.
The most valuable gift you can provide for the one you love is your actual presence. How must we truly be there? The individuals who have rehearsed Buddhist contemplation realize that thinking is most importantly being available: to yourself, to those you love, to life.
So I would propose an exceptionally basic practice to you, the act of careful relaxing: “Breathing — I realize that I am taking in; breathing — I realize that I am breathing out.” In the event that you do that with just the right amount of focus, you will actually want to truly be there, on the grounds that in our regular routine our brain and our body are seldom together. Our body may be there, however our psyche is elsewhere. Perhaps you are lost in laments about the past, perhaps in stresses over the future, or, more than likely you are distracted with your arrangements, with outrage or with desire. Thus your psyche isn't actually there with your body.
The most valuable gift you can provide for the one you love is your actual presence.
Between the psyche and the body, there is something that can act as a scaffold. The second you start to rehearse careful breathing, your body and your brain start to meet up with each other. It takes simply ten to twenty seconds to achieve this marvel called unity of body and psyche. With careful breathing, you can unite body and brain right now, and all of us can make it happen, even a kid.
The Buddha left us a significant text, the Anapanasati Sutta, or Talk on the Act of Careful Relaxing. If you truly have any desire to rehearse Buddhist reflection, you should concentrate on this text.
On the off chance that the dad I was discussing had known that, he would have started to take in and inhale out carefully, and afterward a couple of minutes after the fact, he would have moved toward his child, he would have taken a gander at him cheerfully, and he would have said this: “My dear, I'm hanging around for you.” This is the best gift you can provide for somebody you love.
In Buddhism we discuss mantras. A mantra is an enchanted equation that, whenever it is expressed, can completely change what is going at the forefront of, our thoughts, our body, or an individual. In any case, this enchanted equation should be spoken in a condition of fixation, in other words, a state in which body and brain are totally in a condition of solidarity. What you say then, at that point, in this condition, turns into a mantra.
So I will present to you an extremely viable mantra, not in Sanskrit or Tibetan, but rather in English: “Darling, I'm hanging around for you.” Maybe tonight you will pursue a couple of moments to rehearse careful taking to bring your body and psyche together. You will move toward the individual you love and with this care, with this focus, you will investigate their eyes, and you will start to absolute this equation: “Darling, I'm truly here for you.” You should express that with your body and with your brain simultaneously, and afterward you will see the change.
Do you have sufficient opportunity to cherish? Might you at any point ensure that in your regular day to day existence you make some little memories to cherish? We don't have a lot of time together; we are excessively occupied. Toward the beginning of the day while having breakfast, we don't take a gander at the individual we love, we need more time for it. We eat rapidly while pondering different things, and at times we even hold a paper that conceals the essence of the individual we love. At night when we return home, we are too worn out to possibly be ready to take a gander at the individual we love.
We should achieve an upset in our approach to carrying on with our regular day to day existences, in light of the fact that our bliss, our lives, are inside ourselves.
love day to day existence.