The Limit of Meditation

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We meditate, but what we find when we look inside is not the thing we should be searching for.

That surface area of ours on which pain can land and start its work — that is cordoned off from us when we meditate.

Because that pain (I’m not speaking about physical pain here) is something made of a specific meaning and context, a particular loss or threat, which only comes when it comes.



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