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Contemplation of the Four Noble Truths - Dhamma Wheel

Contemplation of the Four Noble Truths

General discussion of issues related to Theravada Meditation, e.g. meditation postures, developing a regular sitting practice, skillfully relating to difficulties and hindrances, etc.
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egodeath48
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Contemplation of the Four Noble Truths

Postby egodeath48 » Thu Jan 24, 2013 4:48 am

Greetings dhamma friends,

Recently I have brought the contemplation of The Four Noble Truths into my meditation practice as well as throughout my day-to-day life. It seems like an easy thing to overlook, but the value of contemplating these four basic truths has brought a lot of clarity to my life lately, especially the stressful and difficult situations that inevitably arise in our lives.

I was wondering if anyone else would like to share their experiences and/or advice in bringing these teaching closer to the heart and making them a regular daily contemplation.

Best Wishes,

Stephen
"Only one book is worth reading, the heart." -LP Chah

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Re: Contemplation of the Four Noble Truths

Postby cooran » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:56 am

Hello egodeath,

I found this to be an interesting article on contemplation of the Four Noble Truths in daily life:
Four Noble Truths in Daily Life
http://www.buddhanet.net/lmed10.htm

with metta
Chris
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