三分观心丨善于调伏心 Skilled at Disciplining the Mind
Set aside some time each day for yourself to quietly read, think, and polish your thoughts in the daily hustle and bustle. This is extremely important. When the heart is extremely agitated, we need strength to calm down; otherwise, it spins like a moving gyroscope, just like when your body is kept working, but the mind is lost.
There must be regulation and plans in life, and less idling around. Concentrate on what is on the plate when you set your priorities, and stop going off with random thoughts.
There is a subtle balance between devoting ourselves to the career, objects and people that we like while not attaching to them at the same time, which requires wisdom to achieve. And Buddhist practice is to help us train our heart.
When one is skilled at disciplining the
can put an end to
and distress. Free from the faults, he is regarded a man of wisdom, who will never experience painful retribution.