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Pema Chodron on Meditation

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  • ShoshinShoshin No one in particular Nowhere Special Veteran

    The meditative space is like the big sky— spacious, vast enough to accommodate anything that arises.

    Which reminds me of...
    "Awareness is fundamentally non-conceptual before thinking splits experience into subject and object...It is empty and so can contain everything including thought...It is boundless...And amazingly it is intrinsically knowing"

    lobsterVastmindコチシカ
  • VastmindVastmind Memphis, TN Veteran
    edited August 25

    ^^^ Good video. When it got to what I AM, my brain started babbling questions, one after the other.

    I know, I know... * face palm * .... hahaha.

    Shoshinlobster
  • KeromeKerome Love, love is mystery The Continent Veteran

    I always like Pema Chödron, she has something very grounded and clear in the way she writes.

  • ShoshinShoshin No one in particular Nowhere Special Veteran

    @Kerome said:
    I always like Pema Chödron, she has something very grounded and clear in the way she writes.

    Hmm should it be "she has something very groundless and clear in the way she writes"

    Paradoxically I find her very grounded in groundlessness :)

    コチシカKerome
  • KeromeKerome Love, love is mystery The Continent Veteran

    @Shoshin said:
    very grounded in groundlessness

    That is not a bad way of putting it. What I meant is that she is very down to earth, speaking from her own experience, with a clear but undaunted view of the shadow sides of human nature. I admire that.

    Shoshin
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