Teacher: Tim Geil
Venue: Seattle Insight Meditation Center
- Gateways to the Dharma 2016-11-01
Notice how the state of worry has mental, emotional, and physical components. Practice shifting your attention from the object of worry and its associated urgency to act and obsess. Instead, reorient your attention on the experience of worry in the body, again and again. Notice other sense elements outwide worry, such as sound, sights, and sensations. Start to relate to Worry as a state of mind, not as a statement of reality. See worry as anticipation of the future, shaped by the past, directed by our conditioning and self-belief.
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