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Lions Roar : November 2014
emIly, a lonG-tIme PartICIPant in my regular Wednesday morning Buddhist class, told us about a distressing experience she’d had the previous day. “i couldn’t believe it,” she said. “i came out of my apartment building and there was my car, just where i’d left it the night before, but lower. all the tires had been stolen. i got so upset that i walked the three blocks to macy’s and bought the silk pajamas i’d been coveting.” People laughed sympathetically, acknowledging emily’s discomfort and appreciating the unexpected remedy she’d chosen. “after that” emily continued, “i went home and called the police.” Buddhist teacher Sylvia BoorStein on 5 styles of habitual reaction— and how to free yourself from yours. From Getting Mad to Going Shopping: What’s Your Pattern? “i’m surprised you went shopping,” another person said. “i would have found the building manager and given her a piece of my mind. i pay high rent to have good security. i probably would have been in a bad mood all day. it always takes time for my mind to settle down.” Someone else said, “i feel like i can’t tolerate that kind of sudden stress. When something like that happens, i feel exhausted before i even start to deal with it. i would have gone into my apartment, called work, and told them i needed the rest of the day off.” DeSire illuStrationS By anDré SloB SHAMBHALA SUN NoveMBer 2014 42