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I found this an interesting read, on their website:
When you put it all together like that, its pretty clear that the science indicates that we … ((more))
I was pleased to see this article by Thich Nhat Hanh in Lion’s Roar. It’s an excerpt from No Mud, No Lotus, which is a book that I have, and it’s all about transforming suffering through practice. It… ((more))
For me attention usually goes to the body if I attempt to meditate without an object. But sometimes it goes to a deeper place and seems to vanish, and my focus ends up being in a no-place? Perhaps in… ((more))
I would say from a practical point of view that the best way to cope with dukkha is mindful activity, anything from cooking to labouring in the garden. Inactivity is a way to be confronted… ((more))