The Light Is Always There
Drawing attention to stillness, silence, and spaciousness shifts your focus from feeding the insecurity of the ego to connecting with pure being. Anytime you identify with a sense of ‘I’—’I feel something’; ‘I have lost some­ thing’; ‘I am lost’—you are identifying with the wrong person. You are identifying with the ego, with your pain body, not with your true nature.

– Tenzin Wangyal

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