Life throws all kinds of challenges and difficult situations; it is up to us what we do with them. Do you feel like a victim and suffer the consequences of your fate? Or do you use that opportunity for personal growth and development?
Buddhist meditation techniques are quite popular all over the world, and some of them are actually very easy to practice. Their concept is simple and does not involve adopting any kind of rigid beliefs or dogmas.
The four noble truths in Buddhism forms the core of the Buddha’s teachings. These are explained in the very first sermon delivered by Buddha, known as dhammacakkappavattana sutta, which in English loosely translates to, “Settings the wheel of dhamma or the truth in motion.”