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Meditation: Cultivating Unworldly Joy

25 minutes | The Buddha refers to two kinds of joy, worldly and unworldly. Unworldly joy is a joy experienced independent of anything particular happening in the world. A cultivation of unworldly joy can lead to a greater sense of well-being in all aspects of life. This meditation guides the participant in practicing with the first jhana state, a concentrated state that brings about feelings of joy through focusing attention on pleasant sensations in the body. Photo by Fuu J on Unsplash

A young girl, facing the sea, her arms outstretched to the side, in a glow of sunlight


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