Suffering = Pain x Resistance
Shinzen Young

On Compassion, Equanimity and Impermanence

On Compassion, Equanimity and Impermanence

Jan 25, 2019-- "Compassion is practiced in two ways: subtly and overtly. You can subtly serve any person with whom you interact by allowing their pain to resonate deeply within you, and experiencing it completely so that it does not turn into suffering within you. This is the healthy alternative to both callous indifference and enervating enmeshment." Author and mindfulness teacher Shinzen Young shares more in this collection of thought-provoking reflections. (5086 reads)


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