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Non-attachment

True non-attachment is quite the opposite: it allows us to live in this world fully, without being attached to people, things or thoughts that create suffering.

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6 Ways to Practice Non-Attachment (and Find Inner Peace)

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Here are a few perspectives from major spiritual traditions on non-attachment.

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THE BUDDHA (BUDDHISM)

The root of suffering is attachment

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When we come to non-attachment, then we can understand the marvelous mystery of the universe: how it is intense activity and at the same time intense peace, how it is wo...

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Consider the trees which allow the birds to perch and fly away without either inviting them to stay or desiring them never to depart. If your heart can be like this, you...

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He who is attached to things will suffer much.

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ABDU’L-BAHA (BAHÁ’Í FAITH)

Attach not thyself to anything unless in it thou seest the reality of God.

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Detachment is not that you should own nothing, but that nothing should own you.

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What is Non-Attachment?

Non-attachment is not about being a cold or emotionally dead brick wall, instead, it’s about learning how to let go of the thoughts and emotions that create suffering.

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When we can simply allow life to unfold naturally without being attached to outcomes, beliefs, feelings or opinions, then we experience true non-attachment.

Picture this process of detachmen...

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