Practicing being sick Barry Magid January 28th 2017

There are many ways practice has been confused with Endurance. Practicing being sick means not seeing sickness as an intrusion or obstacle in our life. It is our life. And we allow ourselves to experience that aspect of life as much as any other. Every day, life as it is, the only teacher. What is it our vulnerability and poor health teaches us?

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