Enjoy Stopping

Enjoy Stopping Buddhist meditation has two main aspects: stopping (samatha), which can also be translated as calming, and looking deeply (vipassana). In reality, these are two aspects of the same reality, as inseperable as two sides of a coin. Once we have stopped and are sufficiently calm, we can also and at the same time see more clearly and deeply. It is a pleasure to stop and just take a few mindful breaths, allowing body and mind to rest and heal, letting go of all your worries and projects. Regrettably, we sometimes turn meditation into another project, another thing on the already too long list of stuff we have to do. This is not a helpful attitude. Meditation is something to enj

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