You Don't Need Silence and Stillness

Redefining Silence

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You sit to meditate but there is a hammering upstairs, a child cries, or a truck breaks on the street, and there you go, your moment of peace is broken. Better try again later.

If managing our inner noises of thoughts, opinions, and judgments wasn't hard enough, how can we possibly go deeper when everything is so incredibly loud?




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