Four Noble Truths (cattāri ariya-saccāni)
Parent topics: Skillful qualities, Mindfulness of dhammas, Gradual Teaching
Subtopics: Noble Truth of Suffering, Cause of Suffering, Cessation of Suffering
33 excerpts, 2:01:21 total duration

All excerpts (33) Questions about (7) Answers involving (24) Stories (1) Quotes (2) Texts (2)

Questions and Answers with Dharma Realm Buddhist UniversityAjahn Pasanno – Nov. 18, 2014

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21. “How do you not objectify this awareness?” [Knowing itself] [Mindfulness] [Proliferation] // [Four Noble Truths] [Suffering] [Relinquishment] [Investigation of states]

Quote: “If you objectify awareness, you're going to suffer.” [Nature of mind]

Quote: “These Four Noble Truths are not an endpoint, they are something that you're internalizing and using in your meditation practice and in your daily life.” [Four Noble Truths] [Meditation] [Everyday life]


Jhāna: A Practical Approach, Session 3Ajahn Pasanno – Oct. 10, 2015

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5. “Is jhāna only in meditation?” [Meditation] [Jhāna] // [Right Concentration]

Quote: “Only farangs [Westerners] go into meditation rock climbing! Does he contemplate the Four Noble Trurths?” — Ajahn Chah [Ajahn Chah] [Culture/West] [Recreation/leisure/sport] [Four Noble Truths] [Directed thought and evaluation] [Relinquishment]