Developing Equilibrium

Usually, in our daily mind, we dip down very low when we’re anxious, upset, or depressed and ride up very high when we’re excited. These extremes are traditionally called laxity and elation. During mindfulness practice, we can see these highs and lows come and go without repressing them or indulging them, and thereby develop greater stability, equilibrium, and equanimity. By-the-way, it’s a gradual process!


David Nichtern has spent 40 years integrating his Buddhist practice with a successful, acclaimed career in the creative and business sides of the music, film, and television industries. His online course, Creativity, Spirituality, & Making a Buck as he shares the tools and strategies that have helped him succeed in business, thrive creatively and live a rich and balanced life.

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