"Malleability" (Muduta): Malleability refers to the ability to change and adapt easily. In Buddhism, it is understood that the mind has the ability to change and adapt to different circumstances and that it can be trained through spiritual practices such as mindfulness and meditation. Cultivating malleability can help to reduce attachment and increase acceptance of the impermanence of life.
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