T R U T H: on practice xx
Practice tip — time is not the problem
You can’t make attention. You can only create the conditions in which it grows.
Practice takes time.
You can’t make awareness. It’s already there, but it’s distorted by patterns of perception and emotional reaction.
It takes time for attention to grow. It takes time for new ways to evolve. It takes time to see differently.
The seeing happens in an instant, but it happens only when attention has grown and the conditions are right.
You can’t speed this up any more than you can make a tree grow faster.
Time isn’t the problem. It’s a matter of priorities.