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The Liberating Power of Obstacles

The appearance of obstacles is often met with consternation and a sense of either reactionary emotion or the weightiness of necessary action. However, for meditators or dharma practitioners the obstacle is a powerful opportunity for growth and to practice the … Continue reading

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It’s Not So Easy When It’s Real

It’s not so easy. It never has been. There are a lot of costumes out there, shawls, robes, hats, jewelry, hair done up in a certain way. Without the trappings of culture and attitude the view remains the same and … Continue reading

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