Many of the world's traditions promote cultivating a "sound view"-an unfettered way of seeing that is not encumbered by grasping or rejection. As you will see, this unique journal will invite you to cultivate a "sound view" in a daily, experiential way. You'll be inspired to reflect and write briefly-just a few paragraphs a day-as a way to start or end each day. Through cultivating these recommended habits regularly, you will witness simple-even profound-changes unfolding in your life.
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