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Through heartful and engaged meditation practice, we may encounter painful emotions such as fear, grief, shame, anger, and self-loathing. Our mindful practices may thus become a source for developing discomfort resilience. Discomfort resilience is essential to our efforts to engage with others through meditative practices in order to end racism. This essay describes methods for the development of discomfort resilience and fierce compassion in service to our work to transform racism in ourdoi:10.31231/osf.io/mdp8z fatcat:crdoktdtrbd2dktzbbnanza6s4