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Joy of Living 1 – Calming the Mind
What if our distractions ceased to be distractions and instead became supports for awareness?
This course covers meditation practices that transform distraction into awareness. Mingyur Rinpoche will show us how to use what we see, smell, and taste as objects of meditation. He will also teach us how we can use challenging experiences, even fatigue and physical discomfort, as opportunities to let go of resistance and deepen our experience of awareness.
What if things, people, and situations that you experience as distractions or irritations could be supports for meditation? In this short video, Mingyur Rinpoche offers an example to show how they can be just that.
|1. Meditating with Visual Objects
|2. Making Everything Meaningful
|3. Making Meditation a Habit
|5. The Problem is the Solution
|6. The Ups and Downs of Meditation
|7. Energy Movement
|8. Key Points of Meditation
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