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The Sacred Art of Listening

Tara Brach

48 min
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The Sacred Art of Listening

Deep listening – the kind of listening that brings intimacy and understanding – takes intentional practice. This talk looks at the societal and inner obstacles to an undistracted presence, and the mindfulness strategies that nourish our capacity to listen in a way that heals and connects.

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