Transforming Fear Into Consciousness « The Sacred Science Some of the most powerful lessons can find us when we least expect them. A few days ago, I was standing amidst hundreds of people in a long line that stretched around a Buddhist temple outside of San Francisco. It was a Sunday, and we were all there to hear the teachings of a renowned spiritual master, but no one had anticipated this kind of a human logjam. As our collective impatience grew, I began to feel an unpleasant yet familiar tension creep into my stomach.
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