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"Drop the storyline." I call this "storytelling dukkha" in my book, "How to Wake Up." Much of our suffering comes from believing the stressful stories we tell ourselves.

"Drop the storyline." I call this "storytelling dukkha" in my book, "How to Wake Up." Much of our suffering comes from believing the stressful stories we tell ourselves.

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On her recent appearance on "Super Soul Sunday" and in her book Living Beautifully: with Uncertainty and Change, Pema Chödrön revealed some thoughtful—and helpful—insights on how to stop being afraid of the futures we can't predict.

It can be hard to enjoy the ride when you're sick or in pain, but Pema suggests it as a possibility. I see it as embracing what we've been given.

It can be hard to enjoy the ride when you're sick or in pain, but Pema suggests it as a possibility. I see it as embracing what we've been given.

"In mindfulness one is not only restful and happy, but alert and awake. Meditation is not evasion; it is a serene encounter with reality."  -Thich Nhat Hanh #quotes

"In mindfulness one is not only restful and happy, but alert and awake. Meditation is not evasion; it is a serene encounter with reality." -Thich Nhat Hanh #quotes

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