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Moving Beyond the Myth of Loneliness

With Caverly Morgan recorded on June 23, 2019.

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What changes as we consciously turn toward our suffering, rather than away? We are conditioned to experience ourselves as separate from life, but in that outward gaze, we often overlook an experience of belonging that is inherent. How does our habit of seeking shift when we recognize that what we long for can never actually be lost?

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