Fill your heart, not your mind.
Empty mind, also known as emptiness, is a Buddhist concept that refers to the removal of previous concepts or assumptions that we put onto experiences in order to make sense of or better comprehend them. "Emptiness is arguably the most misunderstood phrase and one of the most fundamental principles in Buddhist thought," Marcel explains. "If we comprehend emptiness (first intellectually and then viscerally (through meditation and practice)," he continues, "it becomes the key that unlocks every single teaching of the Buddha and lends actual life and significance to thousands of other contemplative and religious activities." "Many people mistake emptiness with nothingness,
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