Philosophy of Buddhism - Practical guide to end suffering
What you'll learn
- How desire becomes the root of all suffering and why we have worldly problems
- In depth understanding of Law of Karma and how to break the cycle
- What is action-less action (Karma Yoga)
- How to tolerate emotions
- How to develop equanimity
- How to increase consciousness
- Solution for all worldly problems
- How to create a distance between self and your thoughts, emotions, and memories
- How to overcome chronic problems such as depression, anxiety, low self esteem, or any other mental illness
The central goal of Buddhism is to initiate a transformative process that would help people become less capable of perpetrating suffering, stress, and sickness of the mind. The Lord Buddha diagnosed the sickness (suffering), identified its cause (the original cause of suffering), explained that the sickness was curable (the cessation of suffering), and showed the way to treat the sickness (the way leading to the cessation of suffering).
In this course, you will be introduced to the above in detail. I support the Buddhist core teachings with other religious/spiritual teachings to get a holistic understanding of our problems and their solutions.
All our life, we work hard to fulfil our desires. One dream fulfilled spawns another. We seek happiness, but for most of us, we think happiness comes with having more. Instead of being content with an ordinary, simple life, our vanity causes us to want more wealth, success, glory, power, and so on. Our ambitions are endless. But the truth is, more isn’t necessarily better and it can have adverse effects. In the endless pursuit of our desires, we actually create much suffering for ourselves.
The Buddhist sutras tell us that people with many desires suffer greatly because they’re constantly seeking self-benefit and gain. When we give rise to desire, we act in order to seek things. When we can’t get what we want, afflictions arise and we suffer. We might get into arguments with people over what we want. We might tire ourselves out scheming to get what we want. Our efforts to fulfil our desires bring us much affliction. Those with few desires don’t suffer like this.
If we want to get rid of our afflictions, we have to know their source – our desires. We can then get rid of them by being content. Contentment leads to spiritual riches and a sense of satisfaction and happiness with what we already have. With fewer desires, we can sleep soundly at night without worries. Our hearts can be at peace. After all, what do we really come into the world for? What is life really about? Only by turning toward the Dharma can we begin to understand life’s true value and purpose. We can get perspective and see things in a positive light. A sense of gratitude will fill our hearts, and we’ll know how to make use of our lives in the most meaningful way, by contributing to the greater good.
Who this course is for:
- Psychologists & Counselors who are looking for advanced ways to help people recovery from mental illness
- Spiritual Seekers who are on the path of liberation
Vyas Psychology Training Centre is dedicated to providing high-quality training courses on mental health. Our training courses are suitable for professionals as well as individuals who are looking for solutions to their mental health issues. We also create courses on various self-help and spirituality topics for people who love personal growth. We are dedicated to building a catalogue of result-oriented training courses on almost every mental health topic!