This week I'm giving a little preview of one of the 4 major principles from my upcoming book, This Moment: How to Live Fully and Freely in the Present Moment. Today I talk about living naturally, within that specifically the principle of friction, or resistance. It's the understanding that our resistance to what goes on in our life causes friction. And it's this friction which causes much of our suffering.
I open up about my own life to give a clear example of the principle at work, plus I do a reading of a previous article that perfectly fits the theme, which I also chose to include in the book.
Also, make sure to listen to this week's guided meditation, which is ZfEL #15: Healing Through Understanding, a very active meditation (or contemplation or sorts) which has a remarkable ability at healing internal wounds caused by conflicts with others.
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