Day 311 – Chinatown

November 11, 2012


“Fearlessness in the Shambhala tradition is about working with the emotion of fear as it arises. It is about being present when we feel it being stuck in our mind. It is about examining fear fully, and trying to deconstruct it. It is not about having less fear, but about entering into a gentle process of understanding fear and, as a result, using fear as an opportunity to progress on a spiritual path.” (Lordo Rinzler, The Buddha Walks Into A Bar: A Guide to Life For a New Generation, 2012)


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