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“Ironic when one of the ways a practitioner begins to understand the concept of no-self - or no such thing as I-me-mine - is by recognizing that nothing is solid and there's movement in everything, even stillness.”
“But the extension of branding into the realm of the individual is more surprising and, from the classical view of 'no-self', can get a bit dicey.”
“One classical concept from mindfulness that seems ripe for translation is the principle of no-self: In other words, the dissolution of an over-identification with what at first glance seems to be I-me-mine.”
“But I can't help but wonder, given that no-self is fundamental to mindfulness, whether the secularization of mindfulness is on a collision course with itself.”
“(My memory isn't perfect here -- it might have been a "non-self" or a "no-self" that you ended up with.)”
“This is the Buddhist principle of anatta, or no-self, made manifest.”
“The Buddhists have this nifty concept called anatta, or no-self.”
“Practicing 'no-self' also removes a lot of imaginary barriers to real intimacy - titles, nationalities, creeds, prejudices.”
“And if you're practicing no-self, healthy sexuality, an attitude of service and deep connection, who's going to resist?”
“Buddhists have this neat little idea called 'no-self', or anatta, which some scholars say contains the essence of all Buddhism.”
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