We might think that meditation will somehow make us feel good and make our life will go more smoothly, and in a way that is true.
From that point of view, it is like seeing our house, how basically workable it is, how comfortable it is, how good it is to have it.
However, our practice will also bring to the surface that which has been hidden – to be seen, to be known and to be purified.
This part of the process is more like taking a fresh look at our house, seeing the mess, seeing the dirt, and undertaking to clean it up.
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