Day 4: A Buddhist Life Hack On Anxiety

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Having anxiety is nothing to get down on ourselves for. In fact it often means we are caring, sensitive people who are deeply concerned about the state of the world we live in.

Today we have three Buddhist life hacks on handling anxiety, shared by psychologist and practicing Buddhist Elizabeth Merrick, of New York. Watch this short video where she breaks down how to transform our anxiety into a desire to make a better world.

If you want to learn more, here is a great article about how chanting aloud helps us release stress and anxiety.

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Happy chanting!

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