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What to Do After the Looking
Being Human Podcast Episode 13
John Sherman speaks about the two paths that are available to you after you have done the act of looking at yourself.
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Open House with John and Carla
If you have questions about how to look at yourself and how to do the practice of self-directed attention, this is your opportunity to get answers.
Bring up anything you want to discuss that is related to The Just One Look Method: your questions, your doubts, your reports, etc.
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Report from a JOL Forum Member
My suffering has diminished so much that it’s as if it doesn’t happen. If I do suffer, [and] by this I mean neurotic rumination that has no purpose or isn’t solution driven, it is usually short term and temporary.
My challenge now is to find and stop those things, habits of the mind and body, that lead to suffering. For me this is certain foods, alcohol, too much time spent online, and hanging out with ‘toxic’ people.
I have noticed diminished suffering allows active engagement with life and constructive use of time and attention.
Another thing that went away with suffering is boredom. I’m rarely bored.
J.X., USA - October 2, 2017
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