A Therapist, A Buddhist, and You

The Power of Karma: A Buddhist's Guide to Wellness

March 20, 2023 Luke DeBoy & Zaw Maw Episode 10
A Therapist, A Buddhist, and You
The Power of Karma: A Buddhist's Guide to Wellness
Show Notes

In this episode, we explore the fascinating concept of Karma and its potential impact on our well-being. In addition, we share insights into how Karma can lead to better health and wellness.

We delve into the traditional Buddhist understanding of Karma, which emphasizes that our actions have consequences and that positive actions can lead to positive outcomes. Then, Zaw gives practical tips for incorporating Karma into our daily lives, from acts of kindness to mindful meditation practices.

There is a growing body of research on the mind-body connection and the impact of positive thinking on our health. Through this conversation, we come to understand how Karma is not just a spiritual belief but a powerful tool for achieving greater well-being.

Join us as we explore the transformative power of Karma and its potential to bring greater peace, joy, and fulfillment to our lives.

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