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Working with Striving and Attachment, An Inquiry with Tara Brach

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The Power of Inquiry: Healing Conversations with Tara Brach [this live exchange was recorded on 2020-11-14]

Lucy finds herself constantly driven by the need to do more and to be somebody in order to feel like she is enough.

The Buddha considered investigation to be a crucial capacity on the spiritual path. In this series, Tara answers questions from students and guides practices that bring a wise and healing attention to the challenges we face both as individuals and in our society.

This series is recorded during Tara’s weekly Satsang/Live Q&A session. The word Satsang means exploring and realizing truth in the gathering of spiritual friends. The word comes from Sanskrit – “sat” means truth – and “sangha” is community or company of spiritual friends.

If you’d like to attend Tara’s Saturday Satsang/Live Q&A Session, please visit: www.tarabrach.com/weekly-satsang-with-tara for more information and to register.

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With thanks and love, Tara

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