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Lions Roar : May 2014
No self, no form, no goal: thich nhat hanh on the truth we’re distracting ourselves from the doors of liberation ualistic notions, such as birth and death, being and nonbeing, sameness and otherness, coming and going, are the foundation of all afflictions. Meditating on the three doors of liberation helps us throw away these notions. The three doors of liberation, which are taught in every Buddhist tradition, are emptiness, signlessness, and aimlessness. Contem- plating these three profound truths can help liberate us from fear and suffering. They are our doorways to freedom. Living mindfully and with concentration, we see a deeper reality and are able to witness impermanence without fear, anger, or despair. Nirvana is not a place to get to. It’s not something in the future that we’re trying to reach. Nirvana is avail- able to us right now. Emptiness, signlessness, and aimlessness are called the three thich nhat hanh is a Zen monk, poet, and peace activist. His recent books include Zen Battles and The Mindfulness Survival kit. SHAMBHALA SUN MAy 2014 57