Holding One’s Mind to the Practice

For many of us, there can be a subtle or not so subtle clinging to the notion that our meditation practice will somehow magically transport us beyond actually experiencing our pain and discomfort.

As it turns out, it is often the case that our pain and discomfort become even more vivid and obvious. It takes a real warrior to hold one’s mind to the practice, and hold one’s butt to the cushion. It takes courage.

 

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