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Video: How We Keep Our Mind, How We Steady Our Heart

This is a time when the veils have been lifted—with the pandemic, climate change, & calls for justice we see that we are not separate. When we meditate from a place of “don’t know mind,” not clinging to our view of what we think is supposed to be right, we start to see that our heart is big enough to hold it all.

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This talk was recorded on 10/4/20 by InsightLA.

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