Posted February 28, 2018 09:00:58 When I was a kid, I would say I had a really good sense of humor.
I was just really smart, and I was very well educated.
But I did have a problem with the word “karma.”
I’d say I would do something that I thought was a good deed and I would go out of my way to do it, and if I wasn’t careful, I could be punished for it.
That’s what I had.
I knew that if I did something, I’d be punished and I’d have to learn to control myself and to be able to handle things in a way that didn’t bring me down.
So that’s how I got into Buddhism.
And as I got more into Buddhism, I got to learn that there are many different paths to enlightenment, and you can come to any of them.
There are a lot of paths that lead you to enlightenment.
But in terms of my personal path, it’s not the path that I follow today, because I’m not a Buddha.
So I don’t follow the path of the Buddha.
And I didn’t come to Buddhism until after I graduated high school.
And, you know, my dad said, “You know, it sounds like you’re doing a lot for yourself.”
And I said, oh, well, that’s just how it is.
I didn´t know what to do with that, and then I realized it.
I have an incredible sense of self-worth and my sense of freedom and my self-esteem.
I just like to be the person that I want to be.
But the path to enlightenment is not something that happens in a day.
That was something that was always on my mind, that I needed to learn, to figure out, how to accomplish, and what my path is.
Now that I’ve come to understand it, it doesn’t seem that difficult anymore.
So, the question is, how do you do it?
When I started meditating, my father and I had very strict rules about what we could meditate with and what we couldn’t meditate.
I would sit in the front of the room, he would sit at the back of the chair.
And he would always say, “I want you to meditate in the middle of the day.”
And we didn´ts really know what we were doing.
But as time went on, he became very, very interested in meditation and he started to practice it.
And then he said, I want you, my daughter, to mediate during the day, but you can’t mediate in the afternoon.
And that´s when I started to get into meditation.
And one of the things I learned, was that I could mediate at any time during the week and not worry about it.
You can be meditating at any hour of the week, you don´t have to be in the office.
You don´ts have to worry about your schedule.
You just need to know when to do what and when to stop.
And my dad was a very disciplined man.
And it just didn´T happen in the evening.
I remember sitting there for a long time, watching the television, and he would say, I don´tt think that meditating is a good idea.
I know, because he never meditated in the morning.
So one day, I asked him, “Mom, why don´nt you meditate at 3:00 in the mornings?”
And he said no, because you wouldn´t want to do that.
So then I said okay, I can mediate, but I want him to medicate at noon.
And so, he came to know the Buddha, and it was great.
He said, You know, you have to medinate at the beginning.
Then when you want to go to sleep, you just meditate when you wake up.
So it became really easy for me to meduate.
And after I got out of high school, I started getting into yoga and I began practicing meditation.
I started doing it in the spring of 2019.
I became a regular at the Yogi Yoga in L.A., and I became very good at it.
Then, in February of 2020, I went to a retreat.
And a lot people have come to retreats before, but this one was something completely different.
It was a community retreat.
There were people all over the world, all over India.
And the main goal was to meet people, to find out what it’s like to live with different people and to get to know them.
And this was my first time.
And people were coming from all over.
And we had a very, really great time.
There was so much joy in the community, and there were some great people that came and did yoga.
I went back for two more months and this was one of