Quote for the Day

The basic definition of meditation is “having a steady mind.” In meditation, when your thoughts go up, you don’t go up, and you don’t go down when your thoughts go down. Whether your thoughts are good or bad, exciting or boring, blissful or miserable, you let them be. You don’t accept some and reject others. You have a sense of greater space that encompasses any thought that may arise.

— Chögyam Trungpa, Shambhala: The Sacred Path of the Warrior

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  1. Gustavo Campos says:

    Thank You, for your notes or comments very day…those notes are taken me out of my spiritual ignorance or spiritual blind folding. Thank You.

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