PERCEPTION Return to the body, Pantajali advises. Return to the gentle and simple movement of the breath. Or, return to the attitude of benevolence and goodwill. Return, he proposes, to a relational life that begins with acceptance and kindness. Meeting conflict becomes a practice of non-aggression. The important point is that having kindness towards turbulent feelings in our mind or uncomfortable sensations in our bodies does not depend on qulaities or changes in the discomfort itself. It depends on our own mode of perception.

PERCEPTION

Return to the body, Pantajali advises. Return to the gentle and simple movement of the breath. Or, return to the attitude of benevolence and goodwill. Return, he proposes, to a relational life that begins with acceptance and kindness. Meeting conflict becomes a practice of non-aggression. The important point is that having kindness towards turbulent feelings in our mind or uncomfortable sensations in our bodies does not depend on qulaities or changes in the discomfort itself. It depends on our own mode of perception.