The Unshakeable Heart: Liberation as the Ultimate Resilience

With Martin Aylward recorded on November 15, 2020.

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Is it possible to live and love freely amidst the greed, aggression and dysfunction of the world?⁠

Amidst so much suffering, can you nourish joy, lightness and laughter?⁠

When it feels as if you’re drowning, might it be that you are floating in an ocean of blessings?⁠

In times of political polarisation and dysfunction, broken societal modelling, a global pandemic and a dystopic ecological prognosis, we need to build true resilience. We need practices to brighten the mind, to enrich the heart, to understand and care for one another, to meet life unfiltered and unafraid.

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