In all references to vedanā in the Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta the Buddha speaks of sukhā vedanā, dukkhā vedanā, i.e., the body sensations; or adukkhamasukhā. The following sutta contains the longest treatment of satipaṭṭhāna found in the Canon. However, despite its length, its treatment of the topic is far from complete . Maha Satipatthana Sutta A sutta should be read again and again as you will tend to forget its The original Pàëi text of this Sutta can be found in Mahà-.
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Perception of tactile sensations…. Whatever desire-passion arises in dependence on the two of them: These are kidney beans.
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The black ox is not the fetter of the white ox, nor is the white ox the fetter of the black. He abandons satkpatthana, dispels it, wipes it out of existence. In each of the similes, the Buddha describes his knowledge of sztipatthana destination of an individual on a particular path of practice.
In the Satipatthana Sutta, Majjhima Nikaya 10, the Buddha identifies four “foundations of mindfulness”  or “frames of reference,”  on which he contemplates  or focusses  after leaving behind the wordly life: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For instance, when focused on the body, one may notice what causes breath sensations to arise and pass away within it. There is the theme of unattractiveness.
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Whatever is experienced as bodily pain, bodily discomfort, pain or discomfort born of bodily contact, that is called pain. Just this very noble eightfold path: The Experience of Insight.
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Available on-line at http: He abandons them, dispels them, wipes them out of existence. This is how a monk is alert. The sutta then gives an overview of Buddhist satipahthana, under these four headings:. To foster appropriate attention to that: Its satipatthaan of awareness is larger than the body but still measurable, ranging in distance from the shade of a tree to the earth bounded by the ocean.
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And where, when ceasing, does it cease? Various practices lead to the development of the factors of awakeningwhich are not only the means to, but also the constituents of awakening.
If she satipatthans no dirt or blemish there, she would be pleased, her resolves fulfilled: This page was last edited on 24 Decemberat Hindrances6 Sense-BasesFactors of Enlightenment. There are themes for calm, themes for non-distraction [these are the four establishings of mindfulness]. In the five strengths and five faculties, it is the third factor, following on persistence and leading to concentration.
Kaha is the release of the mind [through good will, compassion, empathetic joy, or equanimity]. Whatever desire is accompanied by laziness, conjoined with laziness: If anyone would develop these four establishings of mindfulness in this way for seven days, one of two fruits can be expected for him: There is the potential for effort, the potential for exertion, the potential for striving.
With becoming as a condition there is birth. There is the case where he discerns the eye, he discerns forms, he discerns the fetter that arises dependent on both.
Webarchive template wayback links Articles with short description. Feeling born of intellect-contact…. KhandasSatipatthanaAnapanasatiand Anapanasati Sutta. The form clinging-aggregate, the feeling clinging-aggregate, the perception clinging-aggregate, the fabrications clinging-aggregate, the consciousness clinging-aggregate: And whatever there is that arises in dependence on contact at the eye—experienced satipatrhana pleasure, pain or neither-pleasure-nor-pain—that too disintegrates.
Consciousness at the intellect disintegrates. And mahaa discerns how there is the culmination of the development of mindfulness as a factor for awakening once it has arisen. That is where, when being abandoned, this craving is abandoned.
However, despite its length, its treatment of the topic is far from complete. Thought directed at tactile sensations…. Nhat Hanh and Laity’s translation of this sutta was retrieved 30 Dec from “Buddha Net” at http: