Video: Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche On Using Panic Attacks For Meditation

Via on Nov 30, 2011

We all suffer from painful emotions and negative mental states.

From panic attacks to intense dislike and anger, negative emotions can sometimes take over our lives and severely impede our happiness. In this short video Tibetan Buddhist master, Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche, speaks from his own experience on how to turn these mental states into support for our meditation practice.

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7 Responses to “Video: Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche On Using Panic Attacks For Meditation”

  1. Eric says:

    "Whatever arises, meet it with relaxation." ~Tenshin Reb Anderson
    Thanks Chris!!!

  2. Priscilla Wood says:

    Very good, thanks!

  3. slbphoenix22 says:

    Hi Chris,Hi Chris,

    I really enjoyed this. I loved the man's sense of humor. What he says certainly sounds reasonable. I've never thought about approaching panic attacks in this way, but will have to try it next time. Sally

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