It is not so easy to recognize our “negative” habitual patterns and perhaps even harder to change them. They are often deeply ingrained in our mind, our emotions, and our body.
In Buddhist practice, renunciation is considered to be the important first step – creating the intention to abandon that which creates confusion and pain for our self and others.
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