Where do our painful feelings come from?

Learning to sit quietly and simply look at how we feel is a skill, it is an art. But by doing this we develop the ability to not to be intimidated and overwhelmed by our feelings. Then we can learn to change the narrative! This extract is taken from a talk given by Gen Kelsang Chodor at KMC Canada. It is based on the book How to Solve our Human Problems by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

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Where do our painful feelings come from?
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