The Basic Practice of Mindfulness

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I recently gave a series of talks on the Basic Practice on Mindfulness, which covers only certain topics which are believed to have been the original teachings on mindfulness to which others were added on later.

These are mainly aimed at what these teachings can offer to the lay practitioner, and concentrate on offering advice for putting these teachings into practice in one’s everyday life.

They comprise these five subjects: in the Contemplation of the Body,

Applying the Mind to Repulsiveness (22 mins);

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Contemplation of Feelings (16 mins);

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Contemplation of Mind (44 mins);

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and in the Contemplation of (the Nature of) Things, two practices, regarding

the Hindrances (56 mins) and

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the Factors of Awakening (29 mins).

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