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Tamer has been teaching AntiGravity Techniques since 2009. As a Master Instructor Trainer, he has accumulated over 5000 hours of teaching experience and has certified more than 200 instructors. Tamer’s primary focus for the last 4 years has been leading workshops, events, and trainings in Hong Kong, China, Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Taiwan, Philippines, Egypt and the USA. Having worked with some of the most respected pioneers in the Fitness, Yoga, and MMA industries, Tamer is excited to share with you his passion for movement and the healing arts. Tamer is also proud to be Christopher Harrison’s nephew and has studied under his direct guidance in New York since 2012.

The Buddhist Way of Life

By: Alexandra Guinney and Tamer Begum

With over 360 million followers Buddhism is one of the world’s largest religions. It was founded in Northeastern India in 520 BC by a young prince named Siddharta Guatama. Buddhism is a religion and an applied philosophy. The faith does not endorse the existence of a soul, nor does it endorse that worldly things are permanent or the existence of worldly happiness. It goes by following the middle path which is a balance between every aspect of life.

Buddhism is a guide towards eliminating suffering through the eight-fold path that is guided by the four noble truths and the five main moral codes. The purpose for this essay is to describe the ways in which Buddhists play out their everyday lives, the steps to take towards achieving enlightenment, and ways in which we can apply this belief to our daily life and travels.

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