It is important not to make a problem out of existential pain. The pain of existence is an internal sense of not being enough. It feels like an ache, sadness, or depression. Most people try to alleviate this feeling through some distracting activity. It doesn’t work. The way out of existential pain is to be actively aware of it without judgment ― to say It’s okay not to be okay.It’s an allowing that doesn’t judge. It’s just open, like a pure lens that doesn’t corrupt or distort. The key is to breathe and allow ― a deep kind of intimacy where you become really still and yet profoundly active.
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