Study Guide and Workbook
Loving presence is often described in Buddhist practice as mindfulness. However, the way I look at it, practicing loving presence goes further than mindfulness and awareness of your mind’s content. It can involve observing not only the thoughts that arise in consciousness, but also the body itself. In loving presence you put your entire self—your entire “machine” so to speak—as the object of your non-judgmental loving attention.
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