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Buddhadharma : Summer 2012
SUMMER 2 0 1 2 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER’S QUARTERLY 41 well, it means you may be using it as an avoidance, prob- ably unconsciously. Then I would encourage them to inquire into that themselves—to really look and ask, “What am I not comfortable with in my own experience that I’m trying to cure through meditation?” ANDREW HOLECEK: First I would say celebrate your courage. Be aware that emotional upheaval and so-called psychological problems can be a great blessing; they can be signs of prog- ress and not regress. Celebrate the fact that things could be coming apart as your ego comes apart. Even though from a conventional point of view that’s the last thing the ego wants to hear, from a spiritual point of view this is something to rejoice in. And lighten up—nurture your humor. It’s all a joke, after all. A big joke with a bad punch line. Then really trust your basic goodness. Relax into your humanity. There’s fundamentally nothing wrong with you. The only thing that’s “wrong” is inappropriate relationship. Embrace what arises without indulging it, and accept it as part of who you are. Learn how to love your mind unconditionally. Love your mind. PHOTO MARTIN REIS