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Good Thinking has collaborated with members of London’s Buddhist community to create mental wellbeing resources that align with the beliefs and teachings of Buddhism.

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“Just as rain breaks through an ill-thatched house, so afflicting passions penetrate a poorly-guarded mind.” Dhammapada, Ch1, Verse 13

With the support of the Buddhist Spiritual Care team, The Buddhist Society and the Network of Buddhist Organisations, Good Thinking has produced a range of guides and videos to help members of London’s Buddhist community boost their wellbeing and cope with losing a loved one.

Some of these resources are available in various languages. Please click on the links below to read the full Five ways to wellbeing & Buddhism leaflets:

Video messages from the Buddhist community

Once you’ve read Good Thinking’s ‘Five ways to good mental wellbeing & Buddhism’ guide, you might like to watch our short videos that contain inspiring messages from Buddhist practitioners about each of the five ways.

Buddhist chaplain Medini Richardson on connecting with others.

Buddhist chaplain Mariano Marcigaglia on being physically active.

Buddhist chaplain David Morris on learning something new every day.

Keith Munnings, Buddhist Healthcare Chaplain, on giving to others

Ven Kassapa, resident monk at The London Buddhist Vihara, on paying attention to the present moment

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Good Thinking provides a range of resources to help Londoners improve their mental wellbeing.

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