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The Wheel of Life





The Wheel of Life is viewed differently
in Eastern and Western philosophies.





Buddhists and Hindu believe in cycles of reincarnations.

Christians, Muslims and atheists believe in single human life.

  East vs. West The Wheel of Life differences


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The best way to life a great life is to see it not a cradle-to-grave but as cradle-to cradle.

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Mandala - the wheel of life in Buddhist teachings reincarnations  

The Samsaric Cycle of Birth and Death

There is no death of the soul just a sloughing of the body at the end of each cradle-to-grave round. The purpose of life is to work off your karma, accumulated through all your actions.



Native American Indian Proverbs

When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life so that when you die, the world cries and you rejoice.

American Proverb



Balanced Wheel of Life

For Westerners, the Wheel of Life is a simple NLP tool for visualizing all areas of ones life at once to see where he/she/it needs improvement and/or balancing.

  The Wheel of Life as a NLP Tool, balanced life



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