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Beautifying the mind: The Buddha's teachings on effort / Sayadaw U Pandita

Contributor(s): Bhikkhu Vivekananda [Translator and editor] | Penny Gray [Editor]Publication details: Malaysia Inward Path Publisher 2007 Description: 136 pagesISBN: 9833512267Subject(s): Buddhism -- Discourses
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The book is based on a series of talks given during an insight meditation retreat in Nepal, 2000.

What is a yogi? -- Vitakka and viriya -- Developing wholesomeness -- The ABC of Satipatthana -- Samatha and Vipassana -- Stepped-up effort (Nikkama Dhatu) -- Effort (Viriya) -- The Proximate cause for the arising of effort - sense of urgency -- The four essences of the dhamma -- Moral shame and fear of wrongdoing (Hiri-Ottappa) -- Dhamma Vinaya -- Spiritual self-reliance -- The Buddha's teaching on morality (Sila Sasana) -- Strenuous effort (Araddha viriya) -- The Buddha's teaching on concentration (Samadhi sasana) -- The Buddha's teaching on wisdom (Panna sasana)

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BRE 294.3 PAND 2 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 2022-0201

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