Satipattana Sutta – Relevance to Suffering in This Life

September 10, 2016

1. This is the sixth post in this series. It is important to follow the series from the beginning. All posts are at: “Living Dhamma“.

  • Here I want show that what we have been discussing in this section is exactly what is recommended in the beginning of the Maha Satipattana Sutta. 

2. Many people believe that the Sutta is basically a kammattana that one recites or “meditate on”. But it is much more than a kammattana. I will provide more evidence in future posts, but here is the audio on the basics of the Maha Satipattana Sutta (you may need to control the volume in your computer):

 

3. Links relevant to the desana:

Satipatthana Sutta – Structure

What is “San”? Meaning of Sansara (or Samsara)

More posts on “san“: San

1. Introduction to Buddhist Meditation

Kamma, Debt, and Meditation

Prerequisites for the Satipatthana Bhavana

 Next post in the series,How Are Gathi and Kilesa Incorporated into Thoughts?“.

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