If you’ve been reading suttas on a regular basis, then you know how they can speak to you personally. But we may not always be able to find the passages that speak to us directly when we really need to work with them. That’s why we should create a Personal Anthology. Then we know right where to go. It’s easy and you can start experiencing the benefits right away.
Have you already started making a Personal Anthology but it doesn’t seem to be helpful? Or making it seems stressful? Well check out these tips for overcoming common problems.
Don’t have a regular sutta reading practice yet? Well it’s time to begin!
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- Creating a Personal Anthology: Main Article
- Quick Start Method: Almost a Personal Anthology
- Troubleshooting Your Personal Anthology
- Beginning a Sutta Practice
- How To: Writing in a small book