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Lions Roar : May 2019
and bow, and you will know that they are available. Now hugging is possible. Stand facing each other with your palms joined, breathing in and out three times. You can say silently: Breathing in, I know that life is precious in this moment. Breathing out, I cherish this moment of life. Step Two Take the person in your arms. While hug- ging, breathe consciously and hug with all your body, spirit, and heart. While you hold the other person, they become real, and you also become real. You can say silently something like this: Breathing in, my loved one is in my arms. Breathing out, I am so happy. Breathing in, they are alive. Breathing out, it is so precious to be alive together. Breathing in, it is so wonderful to have them in my arms. Breathing out, I am very happy. You may then release the other person and bow to each other to show thanks. ♦ This instruction is an edited excerpt from Thich Nhat Hanh’s dharma talks. LION’S ROAR | MAY 2019 29 CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE