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Video: Equanimity Meditation

Equanimity is often taught as a complement to the practices of lovingkindness and compassion because it’s understood in Buddhist psychology that if we only practice lovingkindness and compassion, we can mistakenly get attached to the way we think things are supposed to be. We then might grasp and struggle with the world rather than serving it.

This meditation was originally livestreamed by Spirit Rock on 7/20/20.

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