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Lions Roar : November 2014
when PeoPle aSK me how to conduct themselves in a relationship, i tell them to make the intention to develop good, positive qualities. Without that intention, negative qualities will gain momentum. Being able to share genuine presence with someone you love depends on personal discipline, respect, and dignity. We tend to think of discipline as being regimented, but in PHotoByLiZamattHeWS an intimate relationship it has more to do with our motivation to rise above aggression and pride in relating to our partner. in this context, discipline means being present in body, speech, and mind. Being present in a relationship keeps the relationship fresh and brings joy. Personal discipline begins at home. We often feel that when we’re home, we finally have an opportunity not to be present. if we consider the home a place not to be present, we are setting ourselves up for failure. a relationship not based on full engage- ment will have obstacles. Full Engagement In the embrace of Buddhist deities, we see not only their delight, but also their mutual respect and total presence. Sakyong MiphaM on how we too can awaken to love. Sakyong MiphaM Rinpoche’s most recent book is the Shambhala Principle: Discovering Humanity’s Hidden treasure. SHAMBHALA SUN NoveMBer 2014 13