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Lions Roar : November 2016
Sharon Salzberg: I’d like to start with a meditation. Settle your attention and energy into your body and feel your breath. Find the place where the breath is strongest for you, bring your attention there, and just rest. Feel your normal, natural breath, however it’s appearing, however it’s changing. No matter what we go through, no matter where we are, we have this anchor, this centering point, available, if we remember it. So just rest your atten- tion on the feeling of the breath. If distractions come up that aren’t too strong, you can stay connected to the breath. Just see if they can flow by. But if something’s strong enough to pull you away—you get lost in thought, over- come by a fantasy or fall asleep—don’t worry about it. The moment after you’ve been gone, after you’ve been lost, is actually the most important moment. That’s when you have the chance to gently let go. It’s what one of my teachers calls “exercising the letting- go muscle.” You have the chance to begin again. Instead of giving yourself a hard time, you can let go and start over. Sharon Salzberg and Rev. angel Kyodo williams Love Everyone A Guide for Spiritual Activists Real political change must be spiritual. Real spiritual practice has to be political. Buddhist teachers SHARON SALZBERG and REV. ANGEL KYODO WILLIAMS on how we can bring the two worlds together to build a more just and compassionate society. LION’S ROAR | NOVEMBER 2016 55