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Emptied Inside Out

With Vimalasara Mason-John recorded on May 26, 2019.

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Vimalasara takes a look at some of the teachings that point to the insanity in life. Join her in taking a look at form, feelings, perception, mental formation and consciousness, and discovering every day that we can be reminded of the meaninglessness of these mental constructions.

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