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Season 3 - Episode 6

Footnotes and Gratitude

1 min - Talk


Kira offers gratitude and thanks to her teachers for the practices that we've explored together in Heartful.
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These practices we've been exploring in these last three seasons come from what are known as the four immeasurables in Buddhism, which are loving kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity. You might be familiar with these as a yogi, as they also show up in Patanjali's Yoga Sutras in Sutra 1.33. The rumor is, is they really came out of the 11th century of Tibet. I was first introduced to them by my 14th century boyfriend, Long Champa, but I really have to give deep heartfelt thanks to my current teacher, Jatsumna Tenzin Palmo, who has planted these teachings deeply in my heart and made it impossible to ever ignore them again. Thank you.


Kate M
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Many, many thanks for sharing this practice, Kira. Mega metta to you!
Bridgid M
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Thank You ~ L V E 
Petra L
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Amazing, clear, simple but still deep explanations to all as always! I will take your advice and step up the practice and make it extreme LOL.
Kira Sloane
Petra L! So much love! 

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