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Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta
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Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


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Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Listen, remember, remind

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Bare awareness in Context

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Perception influences awareness

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Beware of Bare Awareness

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Investigation of mental objects

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Seeing things as they really are

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Awareness and reflection

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Q&A How to bring back mindfulness

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Q&A How does mindfulness purify the mind?

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Q&A How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Q&A Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Q&A If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Q&A Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

Developing Buddhist Wisdom in Daily Living, by Ven. Aggacitta

1. Principles from Anattalakkhana Sutta

2. Listen, remember, remind

3. Bare awareness in Context

4. Perception influences awareness

5. Beware of Bare Awareness

6. Static and Dynamic Samatha Practice

7. Investigation of mental objects

8. Gradual Training to Develop the jhanas (steps 1-5)

9. Seeing things as they really are

10. Mindfulness in and out of retreat (steps 6-7)

11. Awareness and reflection

 

Q&A

 

12. How to bring back mindfulness

13. How does mindfulness purify the mind?

14. How to practice satipatthana internally and externally

15. Is anger inbuilt in the mind?

16. If there is no self, who takes responsibility for kamma?

17. Isn't it crazy to suddenly switch from anger to metta?

18. How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

 


Description:
Q&A How to handle recurrent emotional thoughts

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