Appreciating Our Own Basic Goodness

In meditation we take a close look at ourselves. This process can be challenging because we may see some things we don’t like.

It is important to recognize that we are fundamentally whole and good human beings from the very beginning and THEREFORE we can afford to take a sympathetic, yet penetrating look at our “negative” habitual patterns.

From the ground of appreciating our own basic goodness, we can begin to let go of certain attitudes and behaviors that do not actually benefit ourselves or others.

 

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