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It is quite usual for people to break through in their meditation practice to some bigger space, and then when this “space” becomes a more stable experience of the infinite, the Absolute, the Unborn infinity of Now, they then wonder why they still sometimes suffer. Even though those incidences and depths of suffering are diminished since they started meditating, it is normal to hear the question, “How can I taste that space of no-suffering, and yet later I can still sometimes experience suffering?”

The vast sky with no hindrance does not exclude storms. “The bliss of reality does not exclude suffering.”

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