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Lions Roar : January 2014
One of the big differences between Buddhism in the East and Buddhism in the West is that the majority of meditators here are lay practitioners, as opposed to monastics. Can you give us some ideas about how West- ern householders, with busy lives at home and at work, can still have a deep and effective meditation practice? Jack Kornfield: Particularly in the West, practice can easily acti- vate a kind of striving and ambition and self-judgment. So it’s critical to add a lot of loving-kindness and compassion practice. As people begin to sit, there’s a layer of self-judgment and self- Spirit Rock Meditation Center Insight. Loving-kindness. Cultivating what’s wholesome. And making them real in our lives every day. These are what make us free, say Insight Meditation teachers Jack Kornfield and Joseph Goldstein, in a conversation at Califor- nia’s Spirit Rock Meditation Center, moderated by Michelle Latvala. Jack Kornfield; Joseph Goldstein EVANHENRITZE 37 SHAMBHALA SUN JANUARY 2014