Buddha’s teachings can be applied to my life by studying his words and reading the ancient texts of Buddhism. Buddha is somebody that should be studied because of the impact on the modern world he’s had, and his virtues would be of help to many people in our society
“In life, typically, the only one keeping a scorecard for your successes and failures is you, and there are ample opportunities to learn the lessons you need to learn, even if you didn’t get it right the first---or fifth---time” (21). Roth, in this quote, shows his knowledge in life, and what he knows, and proves is his trustworthiness. In a lot of places in Roth’s writing, he uses words and phrases to enhance his argument, but his second-best rhetorical strategy is
Which is that beauty comes from within. His purpose is teaching the poet that in order to create true and inspiring art he must look deep inside of himself. He starts to develop this idea with an extended metaphor as he explains that even if you have come to your lowest point in life “you still have your childhood, that jewel beyond all price, that treasure house of memories” (3) to inspire you and give you life again. This statement shows that even when you have been beat up and are lost you still have your priceless jewels of your past. Memories are something so beautiful and priceless that can not be taken away from you, because it comes from within you.
These are my own personal cultural resources and I have an understanding of how these resources can affect my mood, my wellbeing and my mental health and also how I can access these resources when required. Because I find it extremely easy to access my own personal cultural resources I began to think about how difficult it could be for a client who has serious issues going on in their life such as depression, anxiety or suicidal thoughts to even contemplate accessing their own cultural resources. The question arises how can we, as counsellors actively encourage and facilitate our clients’ cultural resources through their agency and pre-existing resources, knowing that they can be of great benefit to their wellbeing, mental health and general mood? As I commenced working as a trainee counsellor in placement, I found that clients tended to look at me to provide them with cultural resources, and it became quite clear to me that in order for a client to access their own cultural resources they must have some agency within the counselling relationship. The competent skills required to enable this I feel, are lacking and could be an area for future research in the training of counsellors in a pluralistic
Although both of them effectively treat their patients they both go about their business in very different ways. Rivers liked to treat his patients as individuals and showed them such patience and kindness that he was able to win over their respect. Yealland in contrast treated all of his patients the same and usually earned their obedience through intimidation. Ultimately these two were able to heal their patients, but how much Yealland’s methods truly helped his patients was never explored. In contrast to Yealland’s electric shocks, Rivers opted to talk to his patients and use a combination of talk therapy and transference in order to heal them.
8) Compassion Compassion, I became more compassionate, I no longer looked at matters from a subjective dew point I am objective and considerate of all situations the Holy Spirit brings out in one the qualities that she possesses during and after purification, she poures out her love and I noted in my own case at the time of my purification, I was moved by compassion most of the time, I cried a lot but I understand now that it takes the Devine way of bringing my mind in union with the Spirit of God. I became aware of the essential need of human compassion like I have never before understood. 9) Peace and
The journey commonly used as a metaphor because it symbolizes growth within oneself, a stronger connection to their higher power, as well as a new perspective on life. This Is a common theme in the texts the inferno, Journey to the west, and The travels of Marco Polo, where the characters gain incite and knowledge through the different places and people they came across during their journey. Each character desire to take on this journey relates back to their culture, because their cultural beliefs dictates how they should live their lives and carry themselves. In the end the characters all gain an understanding for their religious principals and learn that this world is temporary and every one will be held responsible for how they lived on
Frankl explains that as psychiatrists, there is no true way to help and reassure victims but as learned psychiatrists, they genuinely help promote and administer mental aide. All through the article it is informal to comprehend that Logotherapy is client-focused and how to help them beyond all things. The theory appeals to the sensitive side of a reader to appreciate that the career has dissimilar aspects. In final paragraphs of the article, Frankl expresses his obligation to
This shows us the real-life implication of our actions in search of isolated happiness which has caused an unintended outcome on us as we are supposed to share joyous moments together. On the other hand, Graves’s arguments are substantiated with the use of academic studies which gives her the credibility in her persuasion. This can be seen when she explains that through guided meditation, we reflect on what’s happening now and thus are able to cope with negative emotions quoting a study by Michigan State University (Graves, 2017). However, this
Your teachers? Remember do you their dedication? Often not well paid, still straining, inspiring, Gave you foundations of your learning? You’re the product of an ageless culture, Its deep rooted values, its teachings, Legends and heroes that inspired you, Moral and spiritual bases of a purposeful life, Give back to that culture, by example, commitment, That the best gratitude you can show. You stand on the shoulders of the many, You’re products of the past, of many who selflessly