Home is wherever we feel comfortable, wherever we feel safe. It may be our physical abode, or it may be a spiritual “place” where we feel safe and nourished. This can be cultivated through study and practice of meditation. We take refuge in such a place of safety and nourishment. Such a place of refuge is our natural mind. It a “place” of unconditional love. It is a place of profound wisdom. It is nonconceptual, free of thoughts. It is nondual, free of any fixation on ‘I’ or ‘other.’ This natural mind is our Buddha Nature. Although it resides in the heart chakra, it is non-focal. It is everywhere, yet it is nowhere. When we speak about it with language, it resides in the heart chakra. When we experience it without language, there is no focal point, it is nowhere, yet it is everywhere.