About Equanimity

Equanimity in Buddhism is a balanced mental state marked by impartiality and serenity. It involves maintaining a calm and even-minded attitude towards all beings and situations, regardless of their nature. Cultivating equanimity entails accepting the impermanent nature of existence and recognizing the inherent equality of all beings in their pursuit of happiness. By fostering inner peace and stability, equanimity enables practitioners to navigate life's challenges with grace and wisdom on the path to liberation.
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is the yellow of the southern quarter. His name means "jewel born". His emblem is the Ratna jewel, symbolizing the , the highest value of the . The is Ratnasambhava tram.. Who is Ratnasambhava? Ratnasambhava is one of and or 's (or "Five Buddhas"). Ratnasambhava Mantra The mantra of Ratnasambhava is om Ratnasambhava tram. Siddham Mantra of Ratnasambhava Siddham Mantra of Ratnasambhava Uchen Mantra of Ratnasambhava Tibetan Uchen Mantra .

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