Our “kleshas” (or neurotic upheavals) are like torpedoes from an enemy submarine. We rarely see them coming and once they have hit, it is usually too late to do anything other than ride them out.
Meditation practice is like developing sonar – so we can begin to have more awareness of the part of our consciousness that is underwater so to speak. Then we may have a moment of “INCOMING!” – when we recognize that a habitual pattern is about to take over our whole mind and body.
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