Daily Dharma

In consistent practice you begin to see that your initial ideas about it were just that: ideas. It can be hard to let go of the dream, of the seductive promise of ease and clarity. But in dropping those ideas, you might find yourself opening to the ease of the breath rising and falling, a clarity felt, not imagined.

– Alex Tzelnic, “Dreaming Up, And Revising, Our Buddhist Practice”
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