Today’s Tuesday blog, is not mine at all 😉 It’s a re-blog, from Charmed Yogi!
Buddhists believe that life means suffering, a suffering of our own doing as human beings. They also believe that attachment or desire is the source of our suffering, and we can put an end to it. In yoga, non-attachment is one of the Yoga Sutras on the path to Samadhi or pure consciousness. In Christianity it’s called faith. Trust in God and you can let go. And we know this. Innately, we all know this, but it’s hard to let go isn’t it?
Attachment is desire, desire is expectation, expectation is non-presence, and living in non-presence creates suffering. Attachment doesn’t just mean physical holding, but the expectation of anything, which inevitably leads to either disappointment (suffering) or transient happiness (not joy).
The next time you find yourself anxious, angry or even amorous, see if you can find the attachment. Where is the ego driving the bus? Can you allow…
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