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I think it is a gap in how religious leaders are trained... it’s all very well to be a celibate monk, but once you have many admiring disciples it’s easy to let it go to your head, especia… (View Post)
I don’t think that accepting things as they are is necessarily a bad outcome, after all things really are like that. But if you look at advanced mindfulness practitioners like Thich Nhat Hanh before … (View Post)
I’ve been reading Ajahn Brahm’s book Mindfulness, Bliss and Beyond and it’s been very helpful so far. It’s very well written, clear, and very modern in its approach, I’m becoming a fan. I just wanted… (View Post)
I understood that Fede, I was thinking about the “letting go” as a response to suffering being finding the thing that you are clinging to, that is causing your suffering, and then letting … (View Post)
HHDL every day does a number of hours of analytical meditation early in the morning, which he categorises as a kind of examination of the previous day. This seems like a good habit to me, although wh… (View Post)