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Today we’re talking about self-trust, which, if you’re the type of person who is constantly berating themselves internally, can feel really hard to build. Our guest is Anivat Chanachanchai, of Hawaii, who shares how taking his Buddhist practice of chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo seriously helped him finally let go of a cycle of toxic relationships and environments. Once he tapped into his Buddhability, he finally began to trust himself and take the steps to respect his life.
1:18 Why Anivat started chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo
5:17 Having a dialogue with yourself
9:11 His experiences with bullying and coming out
21:03 The challenges he faced in Hawaii
30:05 What it means to take full responsibility for your life
35:26 How chanting helped him through the hard days
45:39 Advice for anyone new to chanting
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