Posted by: Upāsaka Subhavi | 03/20/2018

A Refuge for the Mind

All day long, from the moment I wake until sleep takes me, my mind races among the coursing streams of thought. Funny that I have so often viewed anapanasati as a core when it is truly a refuge and respite from the endless proliferation of thinking.


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