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Is stress really a snake? Vipassana meditation involves seeing all feelings as simply sensations. It is when we do not fight emotions and simply watch them come and go that we achieve peace.


Submitted:Jan 5, 2010    Reads: 88    Comments: 4    Likes: 3   


Snake
"Stress" in my stomach,
Tying my heart in ropes,
Playing with its beat.
The "stress" is unexplainable,
Like a sub-conscious anaconda,
The harder I fight the stronger it holds.
With "no time" to run the pain away,
The "time-bomb" waits to explode.
I examine the feeling;
Without anger towards the snake,
Watching the pain from afar.
I see how I have been tightening my own rope,
Slowly the snake loosens,
It falls to the floor.
My thought becomes clear,
Dark clouds move,
The sun shines.




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