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FINDING FREEDOM IN CAPTIVITY (PART 3)

A Look at Incarceration through Rasa Sadhana They crowd prisons with men who pride themselves over their courage. These men expect courtesy and look for the slightest disrespectful action. Ruthless, capable of violence, but they never recognize their weakness. They’ve built a persona. Anytime someone wants to test the tough guy, they only have to call him a bitch or rat. Then, the recipient has to lash out or be deemed a coward by his own mind. Convicts like this feign bravery, but it’s false. They’re terrified someone might think…

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FINDING FREEDOM IN CAPTIVITY (PART 2)

Make Your Emotions Conscious Start by becoming aware. Instead of trying to make all the bad emotions disappear, you try to be fully conscious with the way you feel, all day long. Making emotions conscious is as simple as asking yourself: How do I feel right now? Answering honestly, may allow you to notice you’re still holding anger towards the stranger who cut you off in traffic, or that you’re mad your spouse didn’t say thank you. Very often, people don’t realize a negative emotion has taken control until it…

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Finding Freedom in Captivity (Part 1)

Rasa Sadhana: A Simple Technique Sets a Prisoner Free by Scott Brooks Jr   Learning How to Bring a Light into the Darkness During the lowest point in my life, my self-loathing morphed into something like a black tumor inside me. Prison provides time for self-reflection like no other place. You’re alone with incessant thoughts that continually renew feelings of guilt, hatred, anger, and mental anguish. The uniform, the 8’X12′ cell, the hostile guards, conniving inmates–all your surroundings are a constant reminder of your low state and that you reap…

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