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Our mistaken or limited sense of self is what is responsible for all human suffering, from every mild dissatisfaction to the most difficult and torturous of circumstances.  


To find freedom, we must see for ourselves that our belief and identification with our self-created personal ego, the sense of being a separate “me” is what is responsible for all of our psychological suffering.  We must see that this alter ego is not what we think it is.  We must discover that what we actually are is an eternal, infinite human spirit or being.


Once our limited self-identity is understood and experienced, seen as the thought-based, psychological, egoic fabrication that it is, only then can we begin to free ourselves from its negative influence.


Discovering our sacred eternal “Buddha Nature”, awakening to who and what we naturally are, awakening to the grace and divinity of our spiritual being, opens the possibility of living in complete harmony while experiencing life as a continual, infinite unfolding in the present, a natural, sacred flow of unbroken peace, happiness and wellbeing.

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