Dharmette: The Value of Constancy in an Inconstant World
In mindfulness practice, having something constant is a useful tool to support spiritual growth, for example, having a daily sitting practice no matter what happens. To commit to something constant, regardless of one’s preferences, helps the mind to settle.
Additional key words: independent; just show up; bias; clear seeing; tame a wild mind; limits; meditation; restlessness; posture; regularity; comfort; ego; self; familiarity; letting go; strength; discipline; patience; perseverance; softness; ritual; Zen.
Recorded: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 at Insight Meditation Center