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(55) Spiritual Community of The True Followers of The Path Shown by The Blessed Noble Awakened One The Tathagata-Taking the Precepts
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Spiritual Community of The True Followers of The Path Shown by The Blessed Noble Awakened  One - The Tathagata

Taking the Precepts

Going for refuge to the Triple Gem β€” the Blessed Noble Awakened  One - The Tathagata , the Doctrine - The True Practice of The Blessed Noble Awakened  One - The Tathagata, and the Spiritual Community of The True Followers of The Path Shown by The Blessed Noble Awakened  One - The Tathagata β€” is the door of entrance to the The Blessed Noble Awakened  One’s practice. To enter the practice we have to pass through this door, but once we have made the initial commitment by taking refuge it is necessary to go further into actual practice. For the The Blessed Noble Awakened  One’s practice is not a system of salvation by faith. It is essentially a path leading to nibbana, the end of suffering. At the outset we need a certain degree of faith as the incentive for entering the path, but progress towards the goal depends primarily upon our own energy and intelligence in following the path through each of its successive stages. The teaching takes the attainment of deliverance away from every external resort and places it into our own hands. We have to realize the goal for ourselves, within ourselves, by working upon ourselves with the guidance of the The Blessed Noble Awakened  One’s instructions.

The path of liberation that the The Blessed Noble Awakened  One points to is the threefold training in moral discipline (sila), concentration (samadhi), and wisdom (paΓ±Γ±a). These three divisions of the path rise up each in dependence upon its predecessor β€” concentration upon moral discipline and wisdom upon concentration. The foundation for the entire path, it can be seen, is the training in moral discipline. Because this first section of the path plays such a pivotal role it is vitally important for the serious practitioner to obtain a clear understanding of its essential meaning and the way it is to be practiced. To aid the development of such an understanding we here present an explanation of the training in sila or moral discipline, giving special attention to its most basic form as the observance of the five precepts (paΓ±casila). The subject will be dealt with under the following headings: (I) the essential meaning of sila; (II) the five precepts individually explained; (III) the eight precepts; (IV) the benefits of sila; (V) the undertaking of sila; (VI) the breach of sila; and (VII) the similes for sila.

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