To Study the Self

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To study the self is to forget the self, and to forget oneself is to realize one’s nonduality with the world. I came to realize clearly that mind is no other than mountains, rivers and the great wide earth, the sun and the moon and the stars.

— Dogen, zen master, 13th century

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Exploring Obstructive Beliefs

Over the course of our lifetime, we accumulate many strategies to deal with the complex situations we encounter. Some of these strategies might still be helpful, while others are obstructive and outdated. The problem is, even if we have noticed unhealthy patterns within us, it is not enough to just know about them intellectually. This practice explores obstructive beliefs, in order to challenge and transform them.

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