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#831a

July 1, 2016

Discrimination is the ability to see one’s own ego and disregard it, not only during meditation but during daily life.

Dispassion is the ability to remain the neutral observer of the world and of the apparent self.

Habitual discrimination and dispassion comes through determination and effort.
One needs to want this change and actively work for it.
It needs to be one’s top priority.

Discrimination and dispassion can become habitual. In fact, they can become so habitual that one forgets what it was like to live passionately engaged with the ego mind. I know, because I have gone through this change.

From → #820-852, Step 4

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