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Joseph Goldstein - Abiding In Mindfulness Volume 2

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[center]t2w_Wqji_Mmf_Eg0u_Wed_JVKWH8gg_L_1_Nty_K [b] Joseph Goldstein - Abiding In Mindfulness Volume 2: On Feeling, The Mind & Dhamma Unabridged AudioBook | 2007 | Genre: Self-Help | English | ISBN-13: 9781591796459 | MP3 64Kb | 598.84 MB [/b] [/center] In the words of the Buddha, the four foundations of mindfulness (the four satipaţ­ţ­hāna) are "the direct path for the purification of beings, for the surmounting of sorrow and lamentation, for the disappearance of dukkha (suffering) and discontent, for acquiring the true method, for the realization of Nibbana." Within the quintessential discourse called the Satipaţ­ţ­hāna Sutta, we find the Buddha's seminal teachings about the practice of meditation. On Abiding in Mindfulness, Volume 2: On Feeling, the Mind & Dhamma, esteemed teacher and author Joseph Goldstein presents a nine-CD audio curriculum to reveal the deeper insights of this vital sutta-and how it serves to inform and guide your own daily practice. The Second Foundation of Mindfulness: Mindfulness of Feelings Course objectives: Discuss the second foundation of mindfulness: mindfulness of the feelings, including worldly and unworldly feelings Discuss the third foundation of mindfulness: mindfulness of the mind, including a discussion of self-judgment, as well as the contracted and distracted mind Explore the refrain of the Sutta: including the mindfulness of reactivity, the mindfulness of arising and passing away, as well as the mindfulness of internal and external experience Discuss the fourth foundation of mindfulness: mindfulness of the Dhammas, including mindfulness of the five hindrances (desire, aversion, sloth and torpor, restlessness, and doubt) Explore the five aggregates, including material elements, feeling, perception and formations, formations and consciousness, as well as non-self The Buddha begins this pivotal section of the sutta with a rhetorical question: how does one abide contemplating feelings? Before you can answer this question, explains Goldstein, you must understand what the Buddha means by "feeling." Returning to the Pali word vedana, he points out the qualities of "pleasantness, unpleasantness, or neutrality" that arise in every moment of experience. For it is close attention to each of these qualities that unlocks our deepest patterns of conditioning-and removes our greatest obstacles to liberation. From the crucial distinction between "worldly" and "unworldly" feelings to practical methods for "de-conditioning" habitual responses, Goldstein elucidates the Buddha's instructions for achieving a deeper happiness and ease of being through moment-by-moment mindfulness of feelings. The Third and Fourth Foundations of Mindfulness: Mindfulness of Mind, Mindfulness of Dhammas As you continue your exploration of the Satipaţ­ţ­hāna Sutta, Goldstein brings you to the third and fourth foundations of mindfulness: Mindfulness of Mind and Mindfulness of Dhammas (or "categories of phenomena"). Here, you will learn what it means to "take responsibility for your own heart and mind"-the central art of the third foundation-through the pragmatic discernment of skillful and wholesome mind states and their counterparts, and direct investigation of the higher states of mind, including "concentrated" and "liberated" mind, and more. Next, you progress through the beginning sections of the fourth foundation, with Goldstein's step-by-step guidance about working with the hindrances and the aggregates. [b]Download Link[/b]
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