The Middle Way (or Path) is an ancient Buddhist concept that encourages people seeking enlightenment to follow a path of balance and moderation, not go to extremes. It was developed by the Buddha, originally known as Siddhārtha Gautama, who achieved enlightenment in the 6th Century BCE, and was the founder of Buddhism.
So why bring this up? With so many people seeking awakening and greater consciousness, it’s more important than ever to tune in to your own guidance, and follow moderate paths that work FOR you—not ones where you sacrifice or suffer in the name of enhanced well-being and enlightenment!
Helping you navigate and define your own middle way is what this lesson is all about.