SATIPATTHÃNA the direct path to rea/ization. Published for free distribution with permission by w. BUDDHIST WISDOM CENTRE. 36 Jalan SS 22/27 Petaling. 7 Jun Satipatthana The Direct Path to Realization by AnālayoTitle page The Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta is the teaching on mindfulness and the breath. 24 Dec Or just read the sutta itself, which is here. Satipattana, The Direct Path to Realization is not one book, it’s two. The first book is in the text, and.
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Jun 30, Katy rated it it was amazing Shelves: At the very end he explains that if anyone does this kind satipatthana the direct path to realization meditation day and night diligently for just two weeks she can expect to reach awakening stream entry.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Understanding is often further hampered by inadequate or inaccurate translations of the Pali terms. Johns rated it it was ok Dec 10, Wout rated it it was amazing Mar 04, The author gets into the nuances and subtleties of the four foundations in a way that is intriguing. Maintaining non-reactive awareness in this way counters the impulse towards either reaction or suppression contained in satipatthana the direct path to realization states of mind, and thereby deactivates their emotional and attentional pull.
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Oct 21, Relization Nash rated it satipatthana the direct path to realization was amazing. There are many stories recorded of the Buddha giving pithily-worded instructions to people, like in the story of Bahiya which is recounted in this book, and the person gains immediate realization.
Finally and most importantly, this book shows us how we can all develop an accurate, fresh and independent approach to and understanding of dieect suttas and the Dhamma, one that is rooted in study, practice and reflection. Such conceptual proliferations tend to give rise to further concoctions of proliferations and cognitions, which lead from the originally perceived sense data to all kinds of associations concerning past, present, and future.
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Unlike more popular books on the subject, he is not out to establish the exclusive validity of one particular system of meditation as against others; his aim, rather, is to explore the sutta as a wide-ranging and multi-faceted source of guidance which satipatthana the direct path to realization for alternative interpretations and approaches to practice. Fortunately, the practice itself is the best teacher, and those who have found it and thus been taught, can help The Buddha himself said he could answer questions about satipatthana without repeating himself or exhausting his answers for a whole century straight.
This book elucidates the cryptic Satipatthana Sutta. Not for the beginner.
Satipaṭṭhāna: The Direct Path to Realization (Paperback)
I strongly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in Buddhist meditation or philosophy. Feb 21, Gabe rated it really liked it.
I highly recommend it to all serious buddhist meditators. Joseph Goldstein — June 7, Or just read the sutta itself, which is here. Rather, his aim is to explore the sutta as a wide-ranging and multi-faceted source of guidance which allows for alternative interpretations and approaches to practice.
It is a top five dharma book. Excellent for serious folks who meditate. They roughly correspond to the body, the mind, and how you react to the contents of the body and mind.
This is the counterintuitive part. But it is abundantly clear that in both books the author knows what he is talking about. This is so simple it is mind-bogglingly hard to understand.
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To return to the Jane Goodall analogy, imagine that she were to sit with a pad and paper with four columns on it while watching the chimpanzees. Common Questions Why Meditate? Talking to Ron felt like coming home. Rupert Gethin — June 7, What does “dharma” mean?