Nothing is reliable outside liberation.

With Christopher Titmuss recorded on May 8, 2016.

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Practice places emphasis on seeing impermanence. Such a practice easily becomes habitual to the degree we miss the point. There is nothing reliable owing to impermanence. There is nothing we can depend upon in this world of mentality and materiality, inner and outer. If we abide deeply clear about this, the stress and fears fade from perception. Mind and matter have no grip on liberation.

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