Like music, our desires have a rhythm and a melody. What we want flows through us to the beat of our own heart. And as we come into greater awareness of our desires and the cadence of our appetites, urges, yearnings, crushes, aspirations, devotions, and passions, we may need to find ways to stay in tune with the rest of ourselves and with others. Practicing equanimity can help us join with the music of our own and others' fluctuating motivations. What helps you open to and resonate with your own different hopes and hungers? What helps you stay open to and resonate with others' desires?
[image description: A lark perches on the top of a dead tree stump and looks back over its shoulder, mouth open, having the anthropomorphic thought, "You must learn to rest in the music of your desire." On the ground below a heart stands looking up at the lark with mouth also agape. Text reads: "Lark Meditation."]
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