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Awakeness Practices

All 84,000 Khandas As Found in the Pali Suttas

Traditionally the are 84,000 Dharma Doors - 84,000 ways to get
Awakeness. Maybe so; certainly the Buddha taught a large number of
practices that lead to Awakeness. This web page attempts to catalogue
those found in the Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 1). There
are 3 sections:

The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as to separate
addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I
received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and  from the
priests 2000; these are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are
divided into 275,250, as to the stanzas of the original text, and into
361,550, as to the stanzas of the commentary. All the discourses
including both those of
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containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.

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http://www.buddha-vacana.org/suttapitaka.html
http://www.buddha-vacana.org/sutta/digha.html
http://www.buddha-vacana.org/sutta/digha/dn09.html

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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{izvod}
- Pitanja Poṭṭhapāda -

Poṭṭhapāda postavlja razna pitanja koja reagiraju na prirodu Saññā.

Sada, gospodine, prvo se pojavljuje percepcija, a znanje poslije; ili se najprije pojavljuje znanje i percepcija nakon toga; ili se percepcija i znanje javljaju istodobno?

 Potthapada, prvo se pojavljuje percepcija, a znanje poslije. I nastanak znanja proizlazi iz nastanka percepcije. Jedan razlučuje: “Ovisi o tome da je moje znanje nastalo.” Kroz
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percepcije.

(07) LESSON Ned srp 02 2007-
(2659 čet 22.06. LEKCIJA)

http://www.buddha-vacana.org/suttapitaka.html
http://www.buddha-vacana.org/sutta/digha.html
http://www.buddha-vacana.org/sutta/digha/dn09.html

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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{izvod}
- Pitanja Poṭṭhapāda -

Poṭṭhapāda postavlja razna pitanja koja reagiraju na prirodu Saññā.

Sada, gospodine, prvo se pojavljuje percepcija, a znanje poslije; ili se najprije pojavljuje znanje i percepcija nakon toga; ili se percepcija i znanje javljaju istodobno?

 Potthapada, prvo se pojavljuje percepcija, a znanje poslije. I nastanak znanja proizlazi iz nastanka percepcije. Jedan razlučuje: “Ovisi o tome da je moje znanje nastalo.” Kroz
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(07) LESSON Ned srp 02 2007-
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http://www.buddha-vacana.org/suttapitaka.html
http://www.buddha-vacana.org/sutta/digha.html
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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{izvod}
- Pitanja Poṭṭhapāda -

Poṭṭhapāda postavlja razna pitanja koja reagiraju na prirodu Saññā.

Sada, gospodine, prvo se pojavljuje percepcija, a znanje poslije; ili se najprije pojavljuje znanje i percepcija nakon toga; ili se percepcija i znanje javljaju istodobno?

 Potthapada, prvo se pojavljuje percepcija, a znanje poslije. I nastanak znanja proizlazi iz nastanka percepcije. Jedan razlučuje: “Ovisi o tome da je moje znanje nastalo.” Kroz
ovu liniju razmišljanja možemo shvatiti kako se najprije pojavljuje
opažanje, a znanje poslije i kako nastanak znanja proizlazi iz nastanka
percepcije.


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23) Klasická čeština

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http://www.buddha-vacana.org/suttapitaka.html
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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{výňatek}
- Otázky Poṭṭhapādy -

Poṭṭhapāda se ptá na různé otázky, které reagují na povahu Sañny.

Teď, pane, vzejde nejprve vnímání a poznání poté; nebo vznikají znalosti jako první a vnímání po; nebo se současně objevují vnímání a znalosti?

 Potthapada, vnímání nejdříve a poznání po. A vznikající znalosti pocházejí z toho, jak vzniká vnímání. Jeden rozlišuje: “Je to v závislosti na tom, že mé poznání vzniklo.” Prostřednictvím této argumentace lze uvědomit, jak se vnímá nejprve vnímání, a jak poznání vychází z toho, jak vzniká vnímání.

Sedaka Sutta – The Mindful Balance

24) Classical Danish
24) Klassisk dansk

(07) LØRON søndag 02 juli 2007-
(2659 tors 22 jun LESSON)

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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{uddrag}
- Spørgsmålene fra Poṭṭhapāda -

Poṭṭhapāda spørger forskellige spørgsmål om at reagere på Saññās natur.

Nu, herre, opstår opfattelse først og viden efter; eller opstår der først viden og opfattelse efter eller opstår opfattelse og viden samtidig?

 Potthapada, opståelse opstår først og viden efter. Og opståen af ​​viden kommer fra opståelsen af ​​opfattelsen. Man skelner: ‘Det er afhængig af dette, at min viden er opstået.’ Gennem
denne tankegang kan man indse, hvordan opfattelsen først opstår, og
viden efter, og hvordan videnens opståen kommer fra opståelsen af
​​opfattelsen.


25) Classical Dutch
25) Klassiek Nederlands

(07) LESSON zondag 2 juli 2007-
(2659 do 22 jun LESSON)

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http://www.buddha-vacana.org/sutta/digha.html
http://www.buddha-vacana.org/sutta/digha/dn09.html

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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{uittreksel}
- De vragen van Poṭṭhapāda -

Poṭṭhapāda stelt verschillende vragen die de aard van Saññā bevestigen.

Welnu, heer, komt perceptie eerst op, en kennis daarna; of ontstaat eerst kennis en daarna perceptie; of ontstaan ​​tegelijkertijd perceptie en kennis?

 Potthapada, waarneming ontstaat eerst, en kennis daarna. En het ontstaan ​​van kennis komt voort uit het ontstaan ​​van perceptie. Men onderscheidt: ‘Het is in afhankelijkheid hiervan dat mijn kennis is ontstaan.’ Door
deze redenering kan men beseffen hoe de waarneming zich eerst voordoet,
en kennis erna, en hoe het ontstaan ​​van kennis voortkomt uit het
ontstaan ​​van perceptie.

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(07) LESSON Sun Jul 02 2007-
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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{excerpt}
- The questions of Poṭṭhapāda -

Poṭṭhapāda asks various questions reagring the nature of Saññā.

Now, lord, does perception arise first, and knowledge after; or does knowledge arise first, and perception after; or do perception & knowledge arise simultaneously?

 Potthapada, perception arises first, and knowledge after. And the arising of knowledge comes from the arising of perception. One discerns, “It’s in dependence on this that my knowledge has arisen.” Through
this line of reasoning one can realize how perception arises first, and
knowledge after, and how the perception of perception.


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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{ekstrakto}
- La demandoj de Poṭṭhapāda -

Poṭṭhapāda demandas diversajn demandojn, kiuj agas la naturon de Saññā.

Nu, sinjoro, ĉu unuavice ŝajnas percepto, kaj scio poste; aŭ scio ekestas unue, kaj poste perceptado; aŭ ĉu perceptado kaj scio ŝprucas samtempe?

 Puto, percepto unuafoje ŝprucas, kaj scio poste. Kaj la leviĝo de scio venas de la leviĝo de percepto. Oni rimarkas, “Ĝi dependas de tio, ke mia scio ŝprucis.” Per ĉi tiu linio de rezonado oni povas rimarki kiel perceptas unueco, kaj scio poste, kaj kiel la percepto de percepto.


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DN 9 -
Poṭṭhapāda Sutta
{excerpt}
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Poṭṭhapāda küsib Sañña olemust reageerides erinevaid küsimusi.

Issand, kas esmalt tekib tajumine ja teadmised pärast; või tekib teadmine esiteks ja tajumine pärast; või kas teadvus ja teadmised tekivad samaaegselt?

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Pāli Word a Day for June 04, 2016
upadesa — pointing out, indication, instruction, advice

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Types of Meditation – An Overview of  Meditation Techniques

Types of meditation

Ok, so you know that meditation has dozens of benefits,
and everybody is doing it. You look for information online or on a
bookstore, and see that there are a LOT of different ways of doing
meditation, dozens of meditation techniques, and some conflicting
information. You wonder which way is best for you.

This article
will help you navigate the sea of different practices of seated
meditation, briefly explaining each of them, and pointing to further
resources. There are literally hundreds – if not thousands – of types of
meditation, so here I will explore only the most popular ones.

You can also check my walking meditation guide, for more dynamic meditation techniques. Or, if you already have some experience with meditation, you might enjoy reading about the meditation experiments I was doing while writing this post.



 

GENERAL TYPES

Scientists
usually classify meditation based on the way they focus attention, into
two categories: Focused Attention and Open Monitoring. I’d like to
propose a third: Effortless Presence.

Focused attention meditation

Focusing
the attention on a single object during the whole meditation session.
This object may be the breath, a mantra, visualization, part of the
body, external object, etc. As the practitioner advances, his ability to
keep the flow of attention in the chosen object gets stronger, and
distractions become less common and short-lived. Both the depth and
steadiness of his attention are developed.

Examples of these
are: Samatha (Buddhist meditation), some forms of Zazen, Loving Kindness
Meditation…

Open monitoring meditation

Instead
of focusing the attention on any one object, we keep it open,
monitoring all aspects of our experience, without judgment or
attachment. All perceptions, be them internal (thoughts, feelings,
memory, etc.) or external (sound, smell, etc.), are recognized and seen
for what they are. It is the process of non-reactive monitoring of the
content of experience from moment to moment, without going into them.
Examples are: Mindfulness meditation, Vipassana, as well as some types
of Taoist Meditation.

Effortless Presence

It’s
the state where the attention is not focused on anything in particular,
but reposes on itself – quiet, empty, steady, and introverted. We can
also call it “Choiceless Awareness” or “Pure Being”. Most of the meditation quotes you find speak of this state.

This
is actually the true purpose behind all kinds of meditation, and not a
meditation type in itself. All traditional techniques of
meditation recognize that the object of focus, and even the process of
monitoring, is just a means to train the mind, so that effortless
inner silence and deeper states of consciousness can be discovered.
Eventually both the object of focus and the process itself is left
behind, and there is only left the true self of the practitioner, as
“pure presence”.

1) BUDDHIST MEDITATION


Zen Meditation (Zazen)

Origin & Meaning

Zazen (坐禅) means
“seated Zen”, or “seated meditation”, in Japanese. It has its roots in
the Chinese Zen Buddhism (Ch’an) tradition, tracing back to Indian monk
Bodhidharma (6th century CE). In the West, its most popular forms comes
from Dogen Zenji (1200~1253), the founder of Soto Zen movement in Japan.
Similar modalities are practiced in the Rinzai school of Zen, in Japan and Korea.

 How to do it

It is generally practiced seated on the floor over a mat and cushion, with crossed legs. Traditionally it was done in lotus or half-lotus position, but this is hardly necessary. Nowadays most practitioners sit like this:

Types of meditation - Zazen posture

Or on a chair:

Types of meditation - zazen chair
Images courtesy of Zen Mountain Monastery

The
most important aspect, as you see in the pictures, is keeping the back
completely straight, from the pelvis to the neck. Mouth is kept close
and eyes are kept lowered, with your gaze resting on the ground about
two or three feet in front of you.

As to the mind aspect of it, it’s usually practiced in two ways:

Is it for me?

Zazen
is a very sober meditation style, and you can easily find a lot of
strong communities practicing it, as well as plenty of information on
the internet. There is a lot of emphasis in keeping the right posture,
as an aid for concentration. It is usually practiced in Zen Buddhist
centers (Sangha), with strong community support.

In many of
them you will find it coupled with other elements of Buddhist practice:
prostrations, a bit of ritualism, chanting, and group readings of the
Buddha teachings. Some people will like this, others won’t. Personally, I
practiced zazen in a Buddhist group for 3 years, and I found that those
elements and a bit of formality can also help create a structure for
the practice, and in themselves they are also meditative.

Vipassana Meditation

Origin & Meaning

Types of meditation - Vipassana

“Vipassana” is a Pali word that
means “insight” or “clear seeing”. It is a traditional Buddhist
practice, dating back to 6th century BC. Vipassana-meditation, as taught
in the last few decades, comes from the Theravada Buddhist tradition,
and was popularized by  S. N. Goenka and the Vipassana movement.

Due
to the popularity of Vipassanā-meditation, the “mindfulness of
breathing” has gained further popularity in the West as “mindfulness”.

How to do it

[There is some conflicting information on how to practice Vipassana. In
general, however, most teachers emphasize  starting with mindfulness of
breath in the first stages, to stabilize the mind and achieve “access
concentration.” This is more like focused attention meditation. Then the
practice moves on to developing “clear insight” on the bodily
sensations and mental phenomena, observing them moment by moment and not
clinging to any. Here goes an introduction, aimed for beginners. To
know more I’d suggest following up the links provided or learning from a
teacher (perhaps in a Vipassana retreat).]

Ideally, one is to sit on a
cushion on the floor, cross-legged, with your spine erect;
alternatively, a chair may be used, but the back should not be
supported.

The first aspect is to develop concentration, through samatha practice. This is typically done through breathing awareness.

Focus
all your attention, from moment to moment, on the movement of your
breath. Notice the subtle sensations of the movement of the abdomen
rising and falling. Alternatively, one can focus on the sensation of the
air passing through the nostrils and touching the upper lips skin –
though this requires a bit more practice, and is more advanced.

As
you focus on the breath, you will notice that other perceptions and
sensations continue to appear: sounds, feelings in the body, emotions,
etc. Simply notice these phenomena as they emerge in the field of
awareness, and then return to the sensation of breathing. The attention
is kept in the object of concentration (the breathing), while these
other thoughts or sensations are there simply as “background noise”.

The
object that is the focus of the practice (for instance, the movement of
the abdomen) is called the “primary object”. And a “secondary object”
is anything else that arises in your field of perception – either
through your five senses (sound, smell, itchiness in the body, etc.) or
through the mind (thought, memory, feeling, etc.). If a secondary object
hooks your attention and pulls it away, or if it causes desire or
aversion to appear, you should focus on the secondary object for a
moment or two, labeling it with a mental note, like “thinking”,
 “memory”, “hearing”, “desiring”. This practice is often called
“noting”.

A mental note identifies an object in general but not in
detail. When you’re aware of a sound, for example, label it “hearing”
instead of “motorcycle,” “voices” or “barking dog.” If an unpleasant
sensation arises, note “pain” or “feeling” instead of “knee pain” or “my
back pain.” Then return your attention to the primary meditation
object. When aware of a fragrance, say the mental note “smelling” for a
moment or two. You don’t have to identify the scent.

When one has
thus gained “access concentration”, the attention is then turned to the
object of practice, which is normally thought or bodily sensations. One
observes the objects of awareness without attachment, letting thoughts
and sensations arise and pass away of their own accord. Mental labeling
(explained above) is often use as a way to prevent you from being
carried away by thoughts, and keep you in more objectively noticing
them.

As a result one develops the clear seeing that the observed
phenomena is pervaded by the three “marks of existence”: impermanence (annica), insatisfactoriness (dukkha) and emptiness of self (annata). As a result, equanimity, peace and inner freedom is developed in relation to these inputs.

Learn more:

Is it for me?

Vipassana
is an excellent meditation to help you ground yourself in your body,
and understand how the processes of your mind work. It is a very popular
style of meditation. You can find plenty of teachers, websites, and
books about it, as well as 3~10 days retreats (donation based). The
teaching of it is always free. There are no formalities or rituals
attached to the practice.

If you are completely new to meditation, Vipassana or Mindfulness are probably good ways for you to start.

Mindfulness Meditation

Origin & Meaning

Mindfulness
Meditation is an adaptation from traditional Buddhist meditation
practices, especially Vipassana, but also having strong influence from
other lineages (such as the Vietnamese Zen Buddhism from Thich Nhat Hanh). “Mindfulness” is the common western translation for the Buddhist term sati. Anapanasati,
“mindfulness of breathing”, is part of the Buddhist practice of
Vipassana or insight meditation, and other Buddhist meditational
practices, such as zazen (source: Wikipedia).

One of the main influencers for Mindfulness in the West is John Kabat-Zinn. His Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction program
(MBSR) – which he developed in 1979 at the University of Massachusetts
Medical School – has been used in several hospitals and health clinic on
the past decades.

How to do it

Mindfulness
meditation is the practice of intentionally focusing on the present
moment, accepting and non-judgmentally paying attention to the
sensations, thoughts, and emotions that arise.

For the “formal
practice” time, sit on a cushion on the floor, or on a chair, with
straight and unsupported back. Pay close attention to the movement of
your breath. When you breath in, be aware that you are breathing in, and
how it feels. When you breath out, be aware you are breathing out. Do
like this for the length of your meditation practice, constantly
redirecting the attention to the breath. Or you can move on to be paying
attention to the sensations, thoughts and feelings that arise.

The
effort is to not intentionally add anything to our present moment
experience, but to be aware of what is going on, without losing
ourselves in anything that arises.

Your mind will get distracted
into going along with sounds, sensations, and thoughts. Whenever that
happens, gently recognize that you have been distracted, and bring the
attention back to the breathing, or to the objective noticing of that
thought or sensation. There is a big different between being inside the thought/sensation, and simply being aware of it’s presence.

Learn to enjoy your practice. Once you are done, appreciate how different the body and mind feel.

There
is also the practice of mindfulness during our daily activities: while
eating, walking, and talking. For “daily life” meditation, the practice
is to pay attention to what is going on in the present moment, to be
aware of what is happening – and not living in “automatic mode”. If you
are speaking, that means paying attention to the words you speak, how
you speak them, and to listen with presence and attention. If you are
walking, that means being more aware of your body movements, your feet
touching the ground, the sounds you are hearing, etc.

Your effort in seated practice supports your daily life practice, and vice-versa. They are both equally important.

 Is it for me?

For
the general public, this is perhaps the most advisable way to get
started with meditation. It is the type of meditation that is most
taught at schools and hos

pitals, as far as I am aware. The
“mindfulness movement” as practiced nowadays in society at large, is
not Buddhism, but an adaptation of Buddhist practices due to their
benefits in good physical and mental health and general wellbeing.

For
most people, Mindfulness Meditation may be the only type of meditation
they will like, especially if their focus is only the physical and
mental benefits of meditation, as it is usually taught dissociated from
several of the eastern concepts and philosophies that traditionally
accompanied the practice. And for that it is great – it will bring many good things to your life.

If
your focus is a deeper transformation and spiritual development,
however, then mindfulness meditation may be just an initial step for
you. From here you can then move into Vipassana, Zazen, or other types
of meditation.

Loving Kindness Meditation (Metta Meditation)

Origin & Meaning

loving kindness meditation

Metta is
a Pali word that means kindness, benevolence, and good will. This
practice comes from the Buddhist traditions, especially the Theravada
and Tibetan lineages. “Compassion meditation” is a contemporary
scientific field that demonstrates

the efficacy of metta and related meditative practices.

Demonstrated
benefits include: boosting one’s ability to empathize with
others; development of positive emotions through compassion, including a
more loving attitude towards oneself; increased self-acceptance;
greater feeling of competence about one’s life; and increased feeling of
purpose in life (read more in our other post).

How to do it

One
sits down in a meditation position, with closed eyes, and generates in
his mind and heart feelings of kindness and benevolence. Start by
developing loving-kindness towards yourself, then progressively towards
others and all beings. Usually this progression is advised:

  1. oneself
  2. a good friend
  3. a “neutral” person
  4. a difficult person
  5. all four of the above equally
  6. and then gradually the entire universe

The
feeling to be developed is that of wishing happiness and well-being for
all. This practice may be aided by reciting specific words or sentences
that evoke the “boundless warm-hearted feeling”, visualizing the
suffering of others and sending love; or by imagining the state of
another being, and wishing him happiness and peace.

The more you practice this meditation, the more joy you will experience. That is the secret of Mathieu Richard’s happiness.

For
one who attends properly to the liberation of the heart by benevolence,
unarisen ill will does not arise and arisen ill will is abandoned.
” – The Buddha

In this article, Emma Seppälä, Ph.D explores the 18 scientifically proven benefits of Loving-Kindness meditation.

Is it for me?

Are
you sometimes too hard on yourself or on others? Or feel like you need
to improve your relationships? Loving-kindness meditation will help you.
It is beneficial both for selfless and self-centered people, and it
will help increase your general level of happiness. You cannot feel
loving-kindness and depression (or any other negative feeling) at the
same time.

It is also often recommended, by Buddhist teachers, as an antidote to insomnia, nightmares, or anger issues.


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Using Internet Communications is a course in which
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Course materials include a syllabus with a short reading list, a course
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University of Michigan

Patient Communication Skills is designed for
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