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Gnosis of Buddha Dharma 08 Upright Mindfulness Popular

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A practical introduction to mindfulness, awareness, attention, consciousness, self-observation and Self-remembering.

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"What is right mindfulness? Here a bhikkhu abides contemplating the body as a body, ardent, fully aware and mindful, having put away covetousness and grief for the world. He abides contemplating feelings as feelings, ardent ... He abides contemplating consciousness as consciousness, ardent ... He abides contemplating mental objects as mental objects, ardent, fully aware and mindful, having put away covetousness and grief for the world. This is called right mindfulness." - The Buddha Shakyamuni, Sathipatthana Sutra

"More than all that you guard, guard your mind, for it is the source of life. - Proverbs 4:23

"The true knowledge that can really originate a fundamental, internal change in us has as its basis direct Self-observation of oneself." - Samael Aun Weor, Revolutionary Psychology

"I teach of suffering, its origin, cessation, and path. That is all I teach." - The Buddha Shakyamuni


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