Today we begin the third week of exploring The Art of Awareness with Anam Thubten. This week we expand our understanding of how formless meditation practices open up our senses and allow for a nonjudgemental space to recognize a state beyond rejection or holding. 

Through the simple act of awareness all of us have the opportunity to directly recognize emptiness. Samsara, he tells us, slowly collapses on its own when our meditation is not altering the mind but resting in the moment.

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