“Practicing systematically, taking the time to go into deep practice and making it the number one priority, leads to a state where the mind is very still and malleable and can investigate.” – Nikki Mirghafori
As the human race’s daily living pace continues to speed up and an increasing sense of insecurity and doubt arise in response to the complexities of modern human life, many are turning to their spiritual lives for stability and support.
So, how can you get the most out of your spiritual practice when the world appears to be falling apart? By digging deeper into your practice. Typically, the more chaotic one’s life, the more dispersed their spiritual practices, when actually depth of practice is what is most needed during challenging times.
Join Buddhist teacher Ronya Banks as she provides us with the tips you can use to plumb the depths of your spiritual practice, especially during chaos.
Some of the things she will cover will include:
What is depth of practice?
What are examples of shallow practice?
Buddhist teachings on deep practice.
Employing “curiosity” and “not-knowing” as tools for deep practice;
Inquiries that will support greater depth and wisdom