to just sit, and with no small degree of courage, allow every confrontation of thought, sensation, and emotion to simply show itself, a revelation of our own mind in the turmoil taken as it’s natural state. We believe our minds a storm. But they’re not, our natural point is the calm allowing that gives every storm passage. Without exception. Of course we each believe otherwise, or we do for a certain time, until for whatever reason we gather…




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