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Near Enemies of Enlightenment
Seeing enlightenment as a series of discrete experiences, a lifelong practice, and an ongoing process can help us avoid the costly pitfalls of hubris and delusion.
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Mindfulness: Am I Doing it Right?
Mindfulness practices can be incredibly healing and liberating. Many people who are new to mindfulness don't realize that the attitudes and intentions behind our practice are even more important than the practices themselves. Here we discuss some problematic views that can cause us to feel stuck.