The practice of mindfulness defuses our negativity, aggression, and turbulent emotions, which may have been gathering power over many lifetimes. Rather than suppressing emotions or indulging in them, here it is important to view them—your thoughts and whatever arises—with an acceptance and generosity that are as open and spacious as possible. Tibetan masters say that this wise generosity has the flavour of boundless space, so warm and cozy that you feel enveloped and protected by it, as if by a blanket of sunlight.
|—||Tibetan Book of Living and Dying, chapter 5 (via abiding-in-peace)|
After being forced to be alone you see what you really are,a person who can’t find himself..lost in all that’s wrong with him..