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Lions Roar : Nov 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN NOVEMBER 2007 65 Here, Now, Aware: The Power of Mindfulness It’s the essence of the contemplative path and the key to transforming our lives. In this teaching from his new book, A Heart Full of Peace, Insight Meditation teacher Joseph Goldstein describes this simple yet profound expression of our mind’s natural awareness. MINDFULNESS IS THE KEY to the present moment. With- out it we cannot see the world clearly, and we simply stay lost in the wanderings of our minds. Tulku Urgyen, a great Tibetan Dzogchen master of the last century, said, “There is one thing we always need, and that is the watchman named mindfulness—the guard who is always on the lookout for when we get carried away by mindlessness.” Mindfulness is the quality and power of mind that is deeply aware of what’s happening—without commentary and without interference. It is like a mirror that simply reflects whatever comes before it. It serves us in the humblest ways, keeping us connected to brushing our teeth or having a cup of tea. Mindfulness also keeps us connected to the people around us, so we don’t just rush by them in the busyness of our lives. The FROM HIGH TIDE WANE MOON, WWW.NAZRAELI.COM NOV 64-69.indd 65 NOV 64-69.indd 65 8/31/07 10:42:44 AM 8/31/07 10:42:44 AM