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The goal of spiritual practice is full recovery, and the only thing you need to recover from is a fractured sense of self.
I've never seen service as separate from my spiritual practice or my spiritual teaching.
If you don't have a spiritual practice in place when times are good, you can't expect to suddenly develop one during a moment of crisis.
The deeper you get into Yoga you realize it is a spiritual practice. It's a journey I'm making. I'm heading that way.
There is no fundamental difference between the preparation for death and the practice of dying, and spiritual practice leading to enlightenment.
Poetry for me is as much a spiritual practice as sexual ecstasy is.
Above all, cancer is a spiritual practice that teaches me about faith and resilience.
Both my parents were agnostic. My mother was kind of a Buddhist. She had some spiritual tendencies, but they were kind of flaky - New Agey, you know? Which is partly why I'm suspicious of that sort of thing. I'm skeptical of any spiritual practice that doesn't involve other people and doesn't involve some sort of consistent tradition.
As long as I was breathing with the contractions and not pushing against them, I felt better. That idea is fundamental-to feel pain and not to resist; to go towards it. It is an incredibly spiritual practice.
In my own spiritual journey, I became a swami on the Hindu path of Bhakti. In the Hindu tradition, a swami is a monk who forgoes regular family life for the purpose of making the whole world his family and channels his full energy into spiritual practice, devotion to God and service to humanity.
Spiritual practice should not be confused with grim duty. It is the laughter of the Dalai Lama and the wonder born with every child.
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