How to stop suffering: Step #4

June 26, 2017   |   Leave a reply

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Hello, wonderful Open Heart Project meditator. I am so glad you are here. I’m glad I’m here, too!

In the last few weeks, I’ve been walking us through a very broad overview of the Noble Eightfold Path which lays out the eight steps along the path to enlightenment, aka liberation from suffering.

Today we examine the fourth step which is called Right Conduct. Here, “right” has nothing to do with morals and “conduct” has little to do with superficial manners. Rather, Right Conduct means non-harming. Before today’s sit, I share with you the two steps I’ve discovered that are essential for true non-harming. (Not that I don’t scr*w it up from time to time…to time…) (Spoiler alert: it begins with not harming yourself.)

Enjoy!

With love, Susan

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