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Lions Roar : January 2015
THeBuddHiST MASTeR ATiSHA (982–1054) is credited with popularizing and systematizing the lojong, or mind training, teachings of Buddhism. prior to atisha, these teachings were held closely by the monastic pHoTo©iSToCK.CoM/YuSuFGoNdeN tradition, but he saw how relevant they are to lay practitioners and made them broadly available. the lojong teachings are part of the Mahayana Buddhist path, one aspect of which is taking others’ success and hap- piness as a basis for our own joy. there are fifty-nine mind training slogans and i find that five of these are particularly relevant to bringing mindfulness off the meditation cushion and into our place of work. From the Buddha walks into the office, by lodro Rinzler, © 2014 by lodro Rinzler. Reprinted by arrangement with Shambhala publications. 5 Buddhist Slogans for the Office By practicing the famous mind training slogans, you can bring profound Buddhist wisdom into your day-to-day life. loDRo RinZleR highlights five slogans that are especially helpful at work. shambhala sun january 2015 31