Pleasure leads to preferences or pre-references, which lead to always wanting to be somewhere else, never being fully here now. How does a feelingfull person find a way out of the wheel of repetition?

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How to Love the Mammal in You

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.............version 1.0 : The Four Noble Truths - A New Interpretation - Summary and Introduction
...:::::::..........2) The Alternative Meaning of Dukkha : Not Running Smoothly
....::::::::::::::.........3) The Process of Relating to Life and Pleasure leads to Preferences
....:::::::::::::::::::::.........4) How to Get Things Running Smoothly
..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::...........5) Appendix - The First Noble Truth
.............Taming the Hedgehog - new version
.............The Mahasatipatthana Sutra- (a few ideas are wrong - but questioning - but needs rewriting)
...................New Translation and Links
............................. Right Mindfulness
...................................... The Three Depths
...................................... Mindfulness of the Body
...................................... Mindfulness of Feelings and State of Mind
........... on Death and Bereavement
....................... The Death Stewpot
........... I AM A NOUN
.................... Re :I AM A NOUN : Introduction to ALAN WATTS
.......................... The 2 page: TABOO AGAINST KNOWING WHO YOU ARE by Alan Watts
.......................... The 2 page: Extras
...................................... The 10 page TABOO
........... DIYacupuncture Introduction
......................... Re: DIYacupuncture Warnings
...................................... Re: DIYacupuncture Needles
..................................................... Re: DIYacupuncture The Practice
........... Taming the Hedgehog
......................... Re: Taming the Hedgehog - Experiments
............................... ...... Re: Taming the Hedgehog - Speculations on Single Minded Concentration