Mini Mindfulness Break for August 04, 2022

Dear Friends:
Zen practice — basically staring at a blank wall forever — forces you to observe your own attention because there’s nothing else to observe. You eventually notice that attention is like a flashlight shining in a dark place full of infinite variety. We see only the things our attention lights upon. In other words, what I focus on determines what I see, which I think of as “reality.” I always get what I’m looking for. Or looking at.

– Martha Beck, Please, Shiny Objects Blog – I’ll Have the Rat Sh*t

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Here’s an interesting post from Meditation Practices:
The Necessity of Love and Compassion
I was fortunate to be able to spend an afternoon with the Dalai Lama with my wife and two good friends on February 22 at Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco. I was able to purchase ticket through the International Campaign for Tibet. The event was sponsored by The American Him …

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May you be free from suffering and the causes of suffering!

All my best,

Jerome Freedman, PhD
–Jerome

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