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Interpersonal skills
People cannot seclude themselves from society. In dealing with the difficulties of interpersonal relations, we should examine ourselves and be understanding of others. Then we will be free and at ease.
How to establish harmonious relations with people
To enjoy harmonious relations and popularity and to avoid unpopularity in the present or future lives, we must widely and persistently cultivate our affinities. This way, at least we won’t suffer as much.
The Buddhist perspective on EQ and emotional management
Buddhist teachings focus on deep understanding of the mind and the cultivation of spiritual practice to keep the mind calm and free. They are effective ways of emotional management and EQ improvement.
How to make good use of our empathy for others
With empathy, we put ourselves in others’ positions instead of only caring about ourselves. Compassion goes further, putting others’ interest before ours, and trying to fulfill others’ most subtle needs.
The “straightforward mind” differs from speaking straightforwardly
If you have few vexations and distorted views, you have a straightforward mind, which is like a mirror, empty but reflecting everything. You’ll be wise and free of self-centeredness, can give others guidance and help adapt to their needs.
How does spiritual practice help improve our EQ?
Meditation is a wonderful way to raise our EQ. It harmonizes our body, breath, and mind so we can be physically relaxed, emotionally stable and happy.
The mental and physical problems caused by anger
Suppressing in public one’s anger and aversion due to competition yet venting the anger at home indicates that one has EQ problems. Diverting the suppressed emotions is the basic method for raising one’s EQ.
How caring and acceptance are related
The true meaning of acceptance is to open one’s mind, tolerate all things and care for all things.
How do we use wisdom to accept others and resolve problems?
Acceptance is conducive to the cultivation of wisdom and helps reduce our vexations and enemies.
Development of self—reflecting on oneself with wisdom and treating others with compassion
Knowing ourselves is the wellspring of wisdom. Knowing others facilitates the deliverance of kindness and compassion.
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