The 1st stage of our meditation practice is noticing how our mind works by simple, direct, non-judgmental observation.
The 2nd stage is clearly seeing that we have deeply rooted habits and fixations which cause pain and confusion for ourselves and others.
The 3rd stage is purifying, uprooting, and transforming these “negative” habits into wisdom and compassion. Buddha did it, and we can do it too.
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