“The personal life deeply lived always expands into truths beyond itself.” AnaÃƒÂ¯s Nin
It’s easy to think of a spiritual life as being somehow “elsewhere” or as being something that we can only aspire to in the future. But a true sense of spirituality comes from looking deeply into our present-moment experience and seeing more truly than we currently do.
When we sit to meditate we don’t try to escape who we are, rather we learn to be comfortable with being who we are. Living deeply, in the context of meditation, means unlearning our habits of craving, aversion, and delusion: habits which prevent us from acknowledging our experience fully.
In practical terms, this means opening …