Mindfulness Code: The Breath, so much power in such a small skill

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“The ancient Sanskrit word prana refers to the essence of the life force itself.
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In Buddhism, the breath is a microcosm through which one can gain insight into all phenomena;
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it is a way to directly comprehend
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the nature of impermanence,
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grasping,
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and letting go.”
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Most things we chase, covet, grasp are impermanent.
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After we fulfill any desire, bring awareness to the satisfaction attained.
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How long does this satisfaction last?
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Does this satisfaction quell future desire?
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Never! Ever!
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A five star meal at Ruth Chris leads to hunger in a couple of hours.
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Millionaires desire to be billionaires!
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Delusions, desires are inexhaustible.
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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Jennifer on November 14, 2015 at 4:42 pm

    Awareness, accept, letting go even if it hurts.

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