MAY YOU BE FREE FROM SUFFERING

The Buddha asks, “How does a practitioner remain established in observation of states of mind in the mind?” He instructs, “The practitioner becomes aware when the mind is tense and when the mind is relaxed . . . the practitioner becomes aware when the mind contains hatred and when the mind contains love . . . the practitioner becomes aware when the mind contains worry and when the mind is composed.”

Kornfield, Jack. The Wise Heart: Buddhist Psychology for the West (p. 56). Ebury Publishing. Kindle Edition.

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