A reflection on how to work with the challenges we all encounter in meditation. by recognising craving, aversion, sloth, restlessness, and sceptical doubt as visitors which obscure our deeper truth, we can free ourselves from their grip, revealing the natural pure radiance of the heart and mind.
A probing exploration of the movements of faith in our practice. Whether we are conscious of it or not, we are always placing our faith somewhere. What do we have faith in? What shapes our sense of limitation or possibility? And how do faith and confidence deepen?
Cultivating a gentle and steady meditative attention we can learn to meet difficulty, pain and suffering with kindness and self-forgiveness. With the courage to feel experience deeply, we can embrace our life with a tender heart of love and openness.