- mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation.“she accepted both the good and the bad with equanimity“
As I study “The Greats” of yoga and meditation, I run across this word a lot. It’s central to the philosophy of yoga. Deep breaths. Space. Equanimity.
For me, it’s connected to the Tao, the Middle Way. No extremes. Don’t over react to either end of the spectrum. This way, you can be happy no matter what.
Beware. Once you decide to be more equanamous, you will be challenged left and right. Just remember, nothing is that serious. Take a deep breath. Allow s-p-a-c-e between your reaction and whatever it is that is happening.
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I love everything you write. Happy holidays!
Thank you! I enjoy your blog, too. Have a wonderful holiday season!