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MIDL 50/52: Calming Mental Activity 60min

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In MIDL Mindfulness Training 50/52 you practice the higher skill of abandoning all participation through developing sensitivity to mental activity and softening the desire 'to do', for a longer period of time. Abandoning the desire to do has an impact of the habitual proliferation of the mind until all participation is abandoned and putirty of awareness, free from proliferation is experienced. This abandoning of awareness from its object gives rise to equanimity and the conditions for the unconditioned to arise. Longer periods of abandoning also has an impact of the clinging within the mind within daily life. Submit Your Question

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