Exercising compassion for self includes examining the layers or "generations" of survival behavior that include defense mechanisms, addictions, and the afflictive
emotions that maintain cyclic existence.
14) He has also explained various forms of Buddhist meditation that members of other traditions can practice, such as calm abiding and purifying afflictive
emotions, without violating any of the commitments of their own heritage.
51) Leo Gurko has argued that Conrad "suffered mordantly" from "an afflictive
lack of self-confidence.
Nora, whose afflictive
Puritan morality is predicated on `sin,' makes a lover of her mirror, Robin, whose affliction is the `sin' of promiscuity: "Everything we can't bear in this world, some day we find in one person, and love it all at once" (p.
Crenne's "fureur de [l]a plume," the feminist fury of her pen as sword, is a figurative expression and a most formidable instrument for dispensing afflictive
judgments, just as the pen is in Leviticus 26:27-28 ("And if in spite of this you will not hearken to me, but walk contrary to me, then I will walk contrary to you in fury, and chastise you myself sevenfold for your sins"), and again in Ezekiel 5:13 ("Thus shall my anger spend itself, and I will vent my fury upon them and satisfy myself").
1040 and later which, as interpreted by Vito Fumagalli and others, suggests an afflictive
strain of incipient lordship comparable to that of Catalonia.
In addition, there were penalties such as the death penalty and other afflictive
punishments (for instance, physical mutilation) about which there was much controversy and which were not universally applied.
Pearson attempted to reconcile himself to what he saw as an untimely death of someone who still had "promise for long and useful life," by referring to the mysterious working of providence, and desiring that, "God reconcile us to his Afflictive
Nor are we asked to pretend that it is not real or afflictive
Article 125 provides for the period where a suspect has to be delivered to proper judicial authorities-12 hours for crimes or offenses punishable by light penalties, or their equivalent; 18 hours, for crimes or offenses punishable by correctional penalties, or their equivalent 36 hours, for crimes, or offenses punishable by afflictive
or capital penalties, or their equivalent.
A key component of these therapies includes mindfulness practice that intends to train attention to detect and regulate afflictive
cognitive and emotional patterns.
Like spiritual qualities, afflictive
emotions can be interpreted as responses to the demands of the world, in this case, as inappropriate responses to the world.
implicit relational character and associated afflictive
emotions (further discussed in Part 3).
She confessed to God that she might "repine," but she asked for strength to submit to the divine will, to bear God's "most afflictive
dispensations," submitting her will to a higher will.
The main theme of the present work, 'calm abiding and special insight', relates to what is already mentioned in the canonical Pali texts as samatha (tranquillity) and vipassana (insight) as two forms of meditation (bhavana) which coupled (yuganaddha) lead to realisation or, as put in CASI, the thorough destruction of 'the afflictive
emotions' (kleoea), 'liberation and omniscience'.