Nagging

Depression-Nacivet

from buddhanet.net

There is a constant nagging in your heart-a nagging for you to give up spiritual practice, which seems ever so difficult. But there appears to be another nagging-that spiritual practice is all that is worthwhile to do despite the difficulties. Recognise the nagging-that there are two sides to the nagging, creating confusion that is suffering itself. Listen to each side of the nagging. Listen hard to what each is saying and what it really means. After which, follow your heart. You can’t be wrong if you listen hard enough. The only way to cease the nagging is to listen, not ignore it. To enjoy the silence, first listen out all the nagging. To listen out all the nagging, remain silent. Shhh… keep quiet…

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