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Living in a Living World

You are invited to view teachings from Acharya Moh Hardin and Sangyum Cynde Grieve, courtesy of the Dallas Shambhala Meditation Center. You may view Part One in the series on this page, and then click here to view Parts Two-Six

January 23-24, 2010

Being vs. Becoming
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Acharya Moh Hardin explores how our sense perceptions-what we see, hear, smell, taste and touch-play a key role in the cultivation of mindfulness and awareness on the path of meditation.

Our sense perceptions play a key role in the cultivation of mindfulness and awareness on the path of meditation. How we are instructed to relate with our sense perceptions, however, will vary depending on what we are trying to accomplish in our meditation. If we are cultivating mindfulness, sense perceptions can prove distracting, while the cultivation of awareness is going out into our perceptions, and discovering a world alive with strength and beauty.

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From: Dallas News Magazine

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