In your spiritual practice, bite off what you can chew. Begin with what you can handle.
If you bite a bigger piece, then you won't even have that bite. You'll have a total mess everywhere
Biting what you can chew is a skillful means of handling a situation and that means knowing where to draw the line.
- Summer retreat: YamantakaYamantaka Solitary Hero Retreat Summer 2023 This year we again offer the opportunity to do a Vajrayana rapprochement retreat: From August 5th through August 18th we will host a Yamantaka Solitary Hero retreat at our lovely Jewel […]
- The King of Prayers (En)The King of Prayers Glenn Mullin This afternoon, in his usual cheerful way, Glenn Mullin will shed light on ‘The King of Prayers’. Glenn Mullin is a renowned translator of Tibetan buddhist texts. He has also […]
International homepage of Jewel Heart Netherlands.
This is the homepage of Jewel Heart Netherlands for the not Dutch speaking audience.
Beside you find the latest events which can be attended by people outside the Netherlands.
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