To let knowledge produce troubles, and then use knowledge to prepare against them, is like stirring water in hopes of making it clear. —LAO-TZU


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Judgment and thought create most of our suffering (dukkha) and then we use knowledge, the ego to prepare against them.
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To understand the mind in perspective explore the inner world, using focus on the breath to open the intuitive door.
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Emotional feeling and thought arrive in our consciousness, stay a while, then exit quickly if we observe the process.
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Our ego has patterns, tendencies and weaknesses to be learned and managed.
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To know life, sit quietly and observe from a distance, the machinations of the ego.
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It is free and takes practice, effort and determination.
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