New York, Feb 20 (ANI): Professional golfer Tiger Woods has been advised by a Buddhist teacher to meditate in order to repair his damaged marriage.
Woods, 34, had been following the teachings of the faith, which includes a code to live by, not harming others or engaging in sexual misconduct, before he drifted away.
"Generally the feeling is that we don't enter into a sexual relationship unless we envision a long-term relationship," the New York Daily News quoted Allan Lokos, guiding teacher of the Community Meditation Center in Manhattan, as saying.
"Our sexual drive has an enormous amount of energy. We need to be aware of that and that our actions can cause enormous harm to others," he said.
To get back on track, Lokos said Tiger should meditate, be more mindful and try to make amends.
"All beings are the owners of their actions," he added. (ANI)