Right Concentration: A Practical Guide to the Jhanas by Leigh Brasington

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Title: Right Concentration: A Practical Guide to the Jhanas
Author: Leigh Brasington
Category: Religion
Date: 10/13/2015
Lenguage: English
Publisher: unknown
Pages: unknown
ISBN10: 9781611802696

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The Buddhist jhanas—successive states of deep focus or meditative absorbtion–demystified. A very sensible guidebook for meditators for navigating their method by way of these states of bliss and focus. One of the components of the Eightfold Path the Buddha taught is Right Concentration: the one-pointedness of thoughts that, along with ethics, livelihood, meditation, and so forth, leads to the final freedom from struggling. The Jhanas are the methodology the Buddha himself taught for reaching Right Concentration. They are a sequence of eight successive states, starting with bliss and shifting on towards radically nonconceptual states. The undeniable fact that they will often be achieved solely throughout extended meditation retreat tends to hold them shrouded in thriller. Leigh Brasington is right here to unshroud them. He takes away the mystique and offers directions for them in plain, accessible language, noting the numerous pitfalls to keep away from alongside the method, after which offering a wealth of fabric on the concept of jhana observe–all geared towards the practitioner quite than the scholar.

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