The Benefits of Practicing Confession in Buddhism
For some people, the idea of practicing confession is tied up with feelings of guilt and sin. But in Buddhism, confession is a compassionate practice for oneself, that helps us to acknowledge the times we didn’t perform our best and to forgive ourselves and move on.
Confession can come in several different forms, from being a few lines of text to more elaborate practices. In this video, I explain the great benefits of doing confession practices and why it’s a practice that is just as important as meditation in Buddhism.