Monday, 21 June 2010

Attachment and Aversion

Whenever an impression is made upon our senses, such as those of touch, sight, sound, smell or taste a series of internal reactions occur within our mind / emotions.

attachment and aversion
When we are identified with our experience we generally then respond to our experiences with attachment or aversion, resistance or clinging. In other words, we either desire the experience to be / desire more of it, or desire the experience to be different to how it is / desire it not to be.





Truth: What we are really attached or averse to is the feeling we experience as a result of our perceptions.

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