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Satipatthana Sutta Workshop - S13 Noble Truths

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This set of slides is from the Satipatthana Workshop conducted by Venerable Aggacitta at Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary between July 26-29, 2012. …

This set of slides is from the Satipatthana Workshop conducted by Venerable Aggacitta at Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary between July 26-29, 2012.

Permission is given to redistribute without any modifications, for non-commercial purposes only.

These slide covers 4 Noble Truths, the Noble Eightfold Path and the interlink between the concepts of the Noble Eightfold Path.

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  • 1. Knowing the 4 Noble Truths as they have occurredaccording to Dhammacakkapavattana Sutta (SN 56:11)
  • 2. 4 Noble Truths1. Suffering2. Origin of Suffering3. Cessation of Suffering4. Way Leading to the Cessation of Suffering Step 1: Identify Each Truth
  • 3. 4 Noble Truths1. Suffering—to be fully known2. Origin of Suffering—to be abandoned3. Cessation of Suffering—to be realised4. Way Leading to the Cessation of Suffering—to be developedStep 2: Understand Each Task
  • 4. 4 Noble Truths1. Suffering—has been fully known2. Origin of Suffering—has been abandoned3. Cessation of Suffering—has been realised4. Way Leading to the Cessation of Suffering—has been developedStep 3: Acknowledge Completion
  • 5. 1. Suffering● Birth, aging, illness, death● Association with the unbeloved● Separation from the loved● Not to obtain what one wishes for● In brief, the five aggregates [subject to] clinging is to be fully known
  • 6. 2. Origin of SufferingCravingwhich brings renewal of being,accompanied by delight and lust,and delights in this and that—● Craving for sensual pleasures● Craving for being● Craving for non-being is to be abandoned
  • 7. 3. Cessation of SufferingThe remainderless detachmentfrom and cessation of that verycraving—● the renunciation● relinquishment● release● letting go is to be realised
  • 8. 4. Way to Cessation of Suffering The Noble Eightfold Path— 1. Right view 5. Right livelihood 2. Right thought 6. Right effort 3. Right speech 7. Right mindfulness 4. Right action 8. Right composure is to be developed
  • 9. Way to Develop SatipaṭṭhānaThe Noble Eightfold Path—1. Right view 5. Right livelihood2. Right thought 6. Right effort3. Right speech 7. Right mindfulness4. Right action 8. Right composureThis is called the way leading to the develop-ment of the establishment of mindfulness. (SN 47:40)
  • 10. Linear Development of N8P 10 Right Liberation 9 RK 1 RV 8 RC2 RT 7 RM Sīla3 RS 6 RE Samādhi Paññā 4 RA 5 RL
  • 11. Complex Development of N8P Liberation Detachment 1RV1 1RV2 Weariness6RE 7RM 8RC 1RV1=Info & Intelligence 2RT 1RV2=Insight3RS 5RL Sīla Samādhi Paññā 4RA

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