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Everyday Health Practices with Nini Trobaugh

Everyday Health Practices with Nini Trobaugh. Nini introduces a simple meditation practice to rewire your brain. She explains the process of changing energy deep in the brain, at the amygdala, through guided visualization and reflecting on the suffering and beautiful states of being.

Take the 2-week challenge and do this practice everyday for two weeks.

Tune in to how you see yourself and your life and your progress through the two weeks.

Below, you will see classic descriptions of the beautiful and suffering states.

Daily Practice for a Serene Mind

In the lesson you will learn a more simple version that will help you experience transformation. To illustrate, Nini shares that the easiest way to think about the two states is by looking at connection.

When you focus only on yourself, your short comings, how something affects you, you’re more likely to be in a suffering state. However, if you examine life through the lens of connecting with and caring for others, you’re more likely to live in a beautiful state. While connections can also prove stressful and difficult, by connecting you come closer to serving your higher purpose.

In Hinduism, the concepts of suffering and beautiful states are also integral to its philosophical and spiritual teachings. The understanding of these states is often framed within the broader concepts of dharma, karma, and moksha. Here’s a brief overview:

  1. Suffering States:
    • Samsara: This is the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth. Samsara is characterized by the continuous cycle of suffering and is driven by karma, the law of cause and effect. Individuals are bound to samsara until they attain liberation (moksha).
    • Dukkha (Suffering): Similar to the concept in Buddhism, Hinduism acknowledges the existence of suffering and unsatisfactoriness in life. Suffering is seen as a result of ignorance (avidya) and attachment (raga).
  2. Beautiful States:
    • Moksha: Moksha is the ultimate goal in Hinduism and represents liberation from the cycle of samsara. It is a state of self-realization, union with the divine, and freedom from the cycle of birth and death. Attaining moksha brings an end to suffering and leads to eternal bliss.
    • Sat-Chit-Ananda: This term is often used to describe the nature of the ultimate reality. It consists of three aspects: Sat (existence), Chit (consciousness), and Ananda (bliss). The realization of these aspects leads to a state of profound joy and contentment.

Practices such as meditation, yoga, selfless service (karma yoga), and devotion (bhakti) are integral to the Hindu path towards achieving moksha and experiencing the beautiful states of existence. The journey involves understanding the nature of reality, overcoming ignorance, and realizing one’s true self (atman). Explore more about Hinduism here.

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