Nothing Is Outside of Our Practice

Joseph Goldstein has been one of the most prolific and well-respected teachers of Buddhist meditation practices in the West since 1974. In this excerpt drawn from the audio series Abiding in Mindfulness, Joseph explains how mindfulness can—and must—be practiced in even the most trying of circumstances. In the words of Sounds True producer Randy Roark, “Joseph teaches that if we can learn how to practice . . . even in sickness—and especially in the face of death—we will deepen one of the most important aspects of our practice. That is: how to turn off the mental process of self-inflicted suffering so that we can see more clearly in those important moments.”


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