A dharma talk where Buddhist teacher Joseph Goldstein discusses the nature of impermanence and letting go of the grasping mind. Related articles The Buddha as
May all let-go of frustration. May all come to stability and equanimity. May all flourish. Namaste _/|\_
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What could be easier than just letting go? If we had nothing to hold on to, nothing to reach…
Anything done to excess opens the door to more excesses. The spiral downward–slow or fast–can only be arrested with real moderation born of bold honesty.
Just some basics for beginning sitting meditation. Make yourself comfortable, be friendly with your thoughts–ask them to please not bother you for five minutes–and simply
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