Emptiness and Fullness

Tahn Pamutto opens the daylong reflecting on Emptiness: where the idea comes from, what it has developed into, and how to begin working to understand it experientially. We seek Emptiness because we recognize we are full to the brim – with thoughts, emotions, habits and stories. It’s not that there isn’t space in-between these things, but we have to learn to look for it. Emptiness is there, but it will never be at the forefront until we can learn to see things arise and let them cease without clinging.

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