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Lions Roar : July 2018
said. What are the assumptions underly- ing the passage? What’s the presumed context? How does that color what’s being presented? Don’t try to come up with the one correct interpretation, and don’t be afraid to challenge the dharma or question whether what you’re reading is true or makes sense. Wrestle with the material. Notice the broader meaning expressed via word flow, feeling tone, imagery, and text structure. If two people are doing the practice together, first one person reads and the other makes queries, and then they reverse roles. If the practice is being done by a group, people take turns read- ing, and after each paragraph, the group examines the passage together. Embodying the Teaching Focus on an aspect of the reading that strikes home for you. Play with express- ing it through your own words, move- ments, art, or gestures. Notice the ordinary but subtle shift that occurs when a teaching becomes a part of you. Notice the difference between restat- ing what you’ve read and expressing what you’ve learned in your own unique voice. To conclude, take a brief break, then read the text straight through once more. Just let it flow through your mind like a river. ♦ LION’S ROAR | JULY 2018 29 CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE