Reflections on how aversion and grasping play a crucial role in the fabrication of dualities. Looking closer we discover that often our ‘either-or’ way of looking does not reflect how experience is unfolding. Followed by a guided meditation.
Reflections on how life is in constant motion, with everything arising and then falling again, and how we can find ourselves jamming things up with our grasping and aversion, rather than trusting that things can come back into balance without needing to control it all. Can we learn to flow with this natural waxing and waning of states of mind, pleasure and pain, loss and gain, and renounce the belief that there is a particular thing that will give us permanent happiness ?
An exploration of our understanding of and relationship to kindness, and how to de-couple the up-welling of kindness in the heart from any result which may come from it.
Guided meditation - uisng the imagery of cradling ourselves as we would cradle a small vulnerable bird who needs our care.