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    Hello Gillian. I have been practicing Buddhism seriously for approximately 14 years. I currently devote one to two hours daily to my formal practice, including meditation and study. Two of my favorite teachings are the Satipatthana Sutta and the Anapanasati Sutta wherein Sakyamuni Buddha provides guidance on meditative practices. I deeply appreciate how these teachings can be applied to our present-day challenges during these chaotic times.
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    I would love to see this some day. Sweden is amazing. I've only been there twice, but lived in Germany for nearly a decade. I have the impression that it's a bit more connected with this phase of life overall. My own feeling since deepening with meditation took place in 2017 and my death anxiety seems to have disappeared, is that death does not actually exist. Or rather, from a non dual perspective, the only place it exists is in the now - which means it is life or only in life can it be conceived or experienced. One would need to be very sensitive with such potentially triggering philosophical noodling, but it seems mathematically impossible for the state of no-thing to exist in the minds of individuals that are experiencing their own consciousness 100%... even if they're not paying attention.


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