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Donna Quesada: So this is fascinating. Again, I’m stepping out and I’m trying to listen with fresh ears and fresh eyes. And…and I think the tendency is to think of monks and yogis sitting in a cave on a cushion and meditating
Awaken apologizes for the poor framing of Guru Rattana. It is the content of the interview that is important and rather than only using the audio we decided to use the video anyway.