Mini Mindfulness Break for January 08, 2020

If you focus all your attention on appreciating your life without being honest with yourself about where you want more, you might find yourself turning your back on the tender vulnerability of your deepest yearnings. It simply hurts too much to open yourself to the potential disappointment of not having this unmet longing met. But if you constantly desire more without being grateful for what you have right now, you’ll never feel satisfied. This puts you at risk of constantly feeding the “hungry ghost”–the gaping hole that wants more, more, more but never gets full, no matter how many desires get fulfilled.

– Lissa Rankin, MD, Your Inner Pilot Light

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

All my best,

Jerome Freedman, PhD


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