BODHIPAKKHIYA DHAMMA PDF

And what are those Teachings that have, with deep knowledge, been taught by me, which after grasping them well, you should practise, develop, and make a lot of them, so that the Spiritual Life may last long, and may endure for a long time, that will be for the benefit of many people, for the happiness of many people, out of compassion for the world, for the welfare, benefit, and happiness of Divinities and men? These, monks, are those Teachings that have, with deep knowledge, been taught by me, after grasping them well, you should practise, develop, and make a lot of them, so that the Spiritual Life may last long, and may endure for a long time, and that will be for the benefit of many people, for the happiness of many people, out of compassion for the world, for the welfare, benefit, and happiness of Divinities and men. How it relates to other concepts etc. By observing an aspect of the body By observing an aspect of the feeling By observing an aspect of the mind By observing an aspect of principles. Striving by restraint Striving by abandonment Striving by development Striving by protection. The faculty of conviction The faculty of persistence The faculty of mindfulness The faculty of concentration The faculty of discernment.

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And what are those Teachings that have, with deep knowledge, been taught by me, which after grasping them well, you should practise, develop, and make a lot of them, so that the Spiritual Life may last long, and may endure for a long time, that will be for the benefit of many people, for the happiness of many people, out of compassion for the world, for the welfare, benefit, and happiness of Divinities and men?

These, monks, are those Teachings that have, with deep knowledge, been taught by me, after grasping them well, you should practise, develop, and make a lot of them, so that the Spiritual Life may last long, and may endure for a long time, and that will be for the benefit of many people, for the happiness of many people, out of compassion for the world, for the welfare, benefit, and happiness of Divinities and men. How it relates to other concepts etc.

By observing an aspect of the body By observing an aspect of the feeling By observing an aspect of the mind By observing an aspect of principles. Striving by restraint Striving by abandonment Striving by development Striving by protection.

The faculty of conviction The faculty of persistence The faculty of mindfulness The faculty of concentration The faculty of discernment. The power of faith The power of energy The power of mindfulness, The power of concentration The power of wisdom.

From restraint of the sense faculties SN By good friendship SN By careful attention SN By giving attention to the appropriate basis SN By listening intently to the Dhamma SN Accompanied by: Metta SN Compassion SN Sympathetic joy SN Equanimity SN A skeleton SN A corpse SN The breath SN The foul SN Death SN The repulsiveness of food SN Distaste for all the world SN Impermanence SN Suffering SN Not-self SN Abandoning SN Dispassion SN Cessation SN Here is an excellent book, The Wings to Awakening , by Ven.

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Bodhipakkhiya-dhamma

These seven sets of qualities are recognized by both Theravadan and Mahayanan Buddhists as complementary facets of the Buddhist Path to Enlightenment. The Buddha's elaboration of the last item included the seven sets of thirty-seven bodhipakkhiya dhammas which are enumerated individually in this discourse. In the Samyutta Nikaya , the fifth division's first seven chapters are each devoted to one of the bodhipakkhiya dhammas. While there is a great deal of repetition among these chapters' discourses, these seven chapters include almost discourses. In the Visuddhimagga , Buddhaghosa enumerates the seven sets of bodhipakkhiya dhammas along with a relevant Sutta Pitaka discourse Vism. In addition, Buddhaghosa factors the 37 qualities in a manner so as to describe fourteen non-redundant qualities Vism.

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