Thank you, Zen Revolution, for a magnificently simple and beautiful post on Mindfulness Practice.
A common misconception in following a spiritual life is the belief that in order to follow the practice that one must live in a cave, wear a saffron robe and beg for alms. This picture of a monk with a shaved head living in the mountains leads one to believe a spiritual practice is not possible unless one practices asceticism. This commitment level and practice is too much for some so they refrain completely from practicing a spiritual life. This all or nothing mentality creates a missing in a person’s life. It IS possible to have a spiritual existence without a shaved head and bamboo cup. Many masters in India as well as spiritual practitioners across the globe live a regular life with a family, and a job. How is such a life possible?
The essence of living…
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