|Pay close attention to what it feels like when something is painful, both physically and mentally, as a way of practicing the second foundation of mindfulness. This means you are not resenting or resisting the pain but merely taking an interest in it and investigating its nuances with a balanced mind. Pain need not be seen as “bad,” but rather can be explored as a different texture on the continuum of lived experience.
– Andrew Olendzki, Dharma Wheel – Tricycle
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May you be free from suffering and the causes of suffering!
All my best,
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