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Judgment and Non-Judgment

| November 16, 2017 | 0 Comments
Judgment and Non-Judgment

It is critical to our progress along the path that we make lucid judgments about skillful and unskillful thoughts and behaviors. At the same time though we are often enjoined to pursue a kind of non-judgmental awareness. How are these recommendations reconciled? Or are they completely at odds? We will look at this question in […]

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What is Right Mindfulness?

| September 11, 2017 | 0 Comments
What is Right Mindfulness?

Mindfulness meditation is increasingly popular nowadays, but its roots go back to early Buddhist texts associated with the seventh stage along the Eightfold Path. We will delve a little into these texts and attempt to flesh out the key aspects of mindfulness meditation in the early tradition.

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