The Reasonableness of Loving-Kindness

The practice of “mettā” is central to Buddhism, and versions of it can be found in all religious traditions. If some Buddhist meditations are about deconstructing the self – peeling back the different layers, dis-identifying – this is about reconstructing a better self: friendlier, more compassionate. Some say it’s the most important technique you can explore.

This audio begins with a short intro; you can skip to the actual guided meditation at 2:23.

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