Aug 03, 2015

Mindfully Coping with Desire / London Mindful Blog - The Mindfulness Project

Desire or wanting comes as naturally to us as breathing. We wouldn’t be here if we didn’t want to survive, if we didn’t crave things like food, community and rest. Our desires and wants drive much, or maybe even all, of our existence in one way or another. And yet so much of our suffering is put down to desire – a wanting of something we currently don’t have.So if we want to be free of suffering...

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