Mindfulness accomplishes nothing, we practice “nondoing”

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We are perfect already, awakened, complete.
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We need to accomplish nothing, paradoxically we need to let go of everything.
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The story we invent, “I”, me, mine, separates us from our chance at freedom, happiness.
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The ego needs approval, reinforcement, satisfaction, accomplishment.
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Our practice cultivates the practice of nondoing.
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Nondoing is being in the moment, empty of thought, judgment, ever present and aware.
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It takes dedication, persistence, trust and courage to practice nondoing.
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4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Jeanette on January 27, 2017 at 6:24 am

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  2. You are welcome to use anything on my blog. Good luck with your book. I long to write a book.

  3. That’s a refreshing look at it. Thanks for posting Marty 🙂

  4. Yes yes, yes and yes. Well said. Thank you!

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