Don’t be a magician, said legendary composer Leonard Cohen. Instead, be magic. This subtle distinction won’t be lost on any of us who practice mindfulness meditation, trying and striving to achieve some desired state. The trick is – a top down, rather than bottom up approach. Be the thing you want to become – from jump.
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