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Lions Roar : November 2015
M EDITATION PRACTICE is not an exotic or out-of-reach approach. It is imme- diate and personal, and it involves an intimate relationship with ourselves. It is getting to know ourselves by examining our actual psycho- logical process without being ashamed of it. We are often critical of ourselves to the point where we may become our own enemies. Meditation is a way of ending that quarrel by making friends with ourselves. Then we may find that we are not as bad as we thought or had been told we were. If we label ourselves as hopeless cases or see our- selves as villains, there is no way to use our own experience as a stepping-stone. If we take the attitude PAINTINGS BY CHÖGYAM TRUNGPA RINPOCHE LETTERING BY HANNAH REYNOLDS Trust in Your Goodness A teaching by Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2015 65