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Chögyam Trungpa on dwelling on “little things” / Plus: a chance to win a ticket to Creating a Mindful Society

“When we practice meditation, we begin to realize what is known as the transparency and impermanence of time and space. We realize how much we are dwelling on our little things and that we cannot catch any of it and build a house on it. We cannot even lay the foundation. The [...]
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