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Benefits Of A Non-Clinging Mind

A non-clinging mind means having expectations of people treating you in a certain way, so you won’t be annoyed no matter how you are treated.

We tend to cling to how we want things to turn out. If we let go, we don’t need people to behave in any particular way and would be blissful and loving no matter how people or things are.


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How To Develop A No-Clinging Mind

  1. Notice when you are clinging to something and how it feels, like when you get frustrated, overeat or rush to your favourite distractions like Twitter or Netflix.
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Benefits of a beginner's mind

  • Better experiences: You aren’t clouded by prejudgments or preconceptions about how things should be.
  • Better relationships: You can see people with fresh eyes and notice that they’re just trying to be happy, instead of being annoyed by them.
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