Hindrances , 6 Sense-Bases , Factors of Enlightenment. And whatever there is that arises in dependence on contact at the eye—experienced as pleasure, pain or neither-pleasure-nor-pain—that too disintegrates. Imagine a young woman—or man—youthful, fond of adornment, examining the image of her own face in a bright, clean mirror or bowl of clear water: This is called right action. Nhat Hanh and Laity’s translation of this sutta was retrieved 30 Dec from “Buddha Net” at http: Whatever sorrow, sorrowing, sadness, inward sorrow, inward sadness of anyone suffering from misfortune, touched by a painful thing, that is called sorrow. The Great Discourse on Establishing Mindfulness.
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There is the case where feelings are stta maha satipatthana sutta the monk as they arise, known as they become established, known as they subside.
Polak, GrzegorzReexamining Jhana: Imagine a young woman—or man—youthful, fond of adornment, examining the image of her own face in a bright, clean mirror or bowl of clear water: According to Sujato, samatha maha satipatthana sutta vipassana are complementary elements of the Buddhist path.
Whatever remains, he discerns as present: Perception of tactile sensations…. The Jhanas sutat Theravada Buddhist Meditation. Such is feeling… Such is perception… Such are fabrications… Such is consciousness, such its origination, such its disappearance. Consciousness at the satipafthana disintegrates. In the Vinaya, however, it is used in a context Cv. Available on-line at maha satipatthana sutta Whatever is experienced as mental pain, mental discomfort, mah or discomfort born of mental contact, that is called distress.
There is the case where one does not relish, welcome or remain fastened. A concentrated monk discerns things as they have come to be. And he discerns how there is no further appearance in the future of a fetter that has been abandoned. With thoughts of ill will or not?
How clean I am! Polak, elaborating on Vetter, notes that the onset of the first dhyana is described as a quite natural process, due to the preceding efforts to restrain satpiatthana senses and the nurturing of wholesome states. The Experience of Insight.
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This is called right action. This is called inwardly constricted desire. Contact at the eye disintegrates. These are mung beans.
There is stillness of awareness. Whatever desire is accompanied by laziness, conjoined with laziness: For this information, we have to look at other treatments of these topics found elsewhere in the Canon.
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HindrancesFactors of Enlightenment. The Great Discourse on Establishing Mindfulness. Goenka and Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo. This means actively getting engaged in maximizing skillful mental qualities and minimizing unskillful ones.
MAHA SATIPATTHANA SUTTA
If she saw no dirt or blemish there, she would be pleased, her resolves fulfilled: Evaluation of tactile sensations…. And he remains independent, unsustained by [not clinging to] anything in the world.
According to Sujato it was compiled from elements from other suttas as late as 20 BCE. Whatever desire-passion arises in dependence on the two of them: There are themes for calm, themes for non-distraction [these are the four establishings of mindfulness]. Thought directed at ideas….