Antidotes to fixating mundane purposes

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This page will cover a variety of antidotes to one of materialism’s two metaphysical errors: fixating mundane purposes.

They provide freedom from the compulsive need-driven quality of mundane desires, and allow you enjoyment free from grasping.

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