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Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "When someone says to us, as Thich Nhat Hanh suggests, "Darling, I care about your suffering, " a deep healing begins."

When someone says to us, as Thich Nhat Hanh suggests, "Darling, I care about your suffering, " a deep healing begins.




Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "I was manipulating my inner experience rather than being with what was actually happening."

I was manipulating my inner experience rather than being with what was actually happening.



Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "The boundary to what we can accept is the boundary to our freedom."

The boundary to what we can accept is the boundary to our freedom.



Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "What would it be like if I could accept life--accept this moment--exactly as it is?"

What would it be like if I could accept life--accept this moment--exactly as it is?




Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "On this sacred path of Radical Acceptance, rather than striving for perfection, we discover how to love ourselves into wholeness."

On this sacred path of Radical Acceptance, rather than striving for perfection, we discover how to love ourselves into wholeness.



Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "The belief that we are deficient and unworthy makes it difficult to trust that we are truly loved"

The belief that we are deficient and unworthy makes it difficult to trust that we are truly loved



Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "I found myself praying: "May I love and accept myself just as I am."

I found myself praying: "May I love and accept myself just as I am.




Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "In anguish and desperation, I reached out as I had many times before to the presence I call the Beloved. This unconditionally loving and wakeful awareness had always been a refuge for me."

In anguish and desperation, I reached out as I had many times before to the presence I call the Beloved. This unconditionally loving and wakeful awareness had always been a refuge for me.



Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "Observing desire without acting on it enlarges our freedom to choose how we live."

Observing desire without acting on it enlarges our freedom to choose how we live.



Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "Pain is not wrong. Reacting to pain as wrong initiates the trance of unworthiness. The moment we believe something is wrong, our world shrinks and we lose ourselves in the effort to combat the pain."

Pain is not wrong. Reacting to pain as wrong initiates the trance of unworthiness. The moment we believe something is wrong, our world shrinks and we lose ourselves in the effort to combat the pain.



Tara Brach, Radical Acceptance: Embracing Your Life With The Heart Of A Buddha Quotes: "As I noticed feelings and thoughts appear and disappear, it became increasingly clear that they were just coming and going on their own. . . . There was no sense of a self owning them."

As I noticed feelings and thoughts appear and disappear, it became increasingly clear that they were just coming and going on their own. . . . There was no sense of a self owning them.