This talk centers on the natural, effortless delight that arises from an unfettered mind, one freed from the tension caused by craving and clinging.
Why do we meditate? To see reality accurately so the mind can be freed from the absurd expectation that some manipulation of mental states and matter can bring enduring happiness. This work centers on how we interact with unfolding reality.
Recognizing defeating desires and resisting their pull is a singular practice that can completely liberate the mind.
The Buddha’s generosity to one person leads to the man’s freedom from suffering. He teaches if we see clearly, we develop wisdom and become disenchanted with the senses and their objects. In this way, our craving and aversion cool and pass away.