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Choose the Middle Path For Meditational Practice too.

 Quote. ' choose the middle path for meditational practice too" is inspired by the 'MIDDLE WAY' philosophy of Gautam Buddha. He himself went through the two extremes of life. Luxury and Self Denial. Finally, he adopted the middle path which could be easily practised by a common man. Buddha gave a theory of the Eightfold Path for the cessation of suffering.                                                                                                                          MIDDLE WAY PHILOSOPHY OF BUDDHA

1- Right understanding        2-Right thought        3-Right speech           4- Right Action                                5-Right Livelihood              6-Right Efforts         7-Right Mindfulness  8-Right concentration  

Meditation is an integral part of achieving these righteous goals.                                                                                                                                       Keep Meditating          


 

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