Enkyo O’Hara

‘We tend to think that we are independent of our environment, of the people and things around us. But when we sit in meditation and experience ourselves completely, breath by breath, we realize that we do not exist in a vacuum; we co-exist with the elements and with all those with whom we’re connected consciously or unconsciously, directly or indirectly, in time and space. That is what wakes us up.’ (Most Intimate)

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