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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 slides cover the structure of the Satipatthana Sutta, as well as the proposed Satipatthana Mula by Ajahn Sujato.

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    Satipatthana Sutta Workshop - S3 Satipatthana Structure Satipatthana Sutta Workshop - S3 Satipatthana Structure Presentation Transcript

    • Overview of Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta MN 10Establishments of Mindfulness Discourse
    • Proclamation“Monks, this is the one-way path● for the purification of beings,● for the surmounting of sorrow & lamentation,● for the disappearance of pain & dejection,● for the acquiring of the true method,● for the realisation of Nibbāna, namely the four satipaṭṭhānas.” 2
    • Definition Repeated contemplation of... body as body ● feelings as feelings ●● mind as mind ● dhammas as dhammas while ● being ardent ● having subdued ● clearly knowing longing & dejection ● being mindful in (regard to) the world 3
    • Structure of Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta abstract proclamationbody definition ● breathing refrain 4
    • Refrain● Contemplates ● Is mindful that thereinternally, exter- is/are a body, feelings,nally, both inter- mind, dhammas—just fornally & externally knowledge & repeated sati●Contemplates ●Is independent, &nature of arising, of does not cling tovanishing, of both anything in the world.arising & vanishing 5
    • Structure of Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta abstract proclamation conclusion definition prediction dhammasbody refrain breathing ● ● 4 Noble Truths refrain postures ● ● 7 awakening factors refrain ● clear knowing ● 6 int & ext sense bases refrain ●31 body parts ● 5 aggregates refrain 4 elements ● ● 5 hindrances refrain 9 corpses ● mind refrain feelings 6
    • Prediction“Monks, if anyone should develop these four satipaṭṭhānas in such a way for seven years … seven days, one of two fruits could be expected of him: ● either final knowledge in this very life, ● or, if there is a trace of clinging left, non-returning.” 7
    • Proclamation“Monks, this is the one-way path● for the purification of beings,● for the surmounting of sorrow & lamentation,● for the disappearance of pain & dejection,● for the acquiring of the true method,● for the realisation of Nibbāna, namely the four satipaṭṭhānas.” 8
    • Structure of Satipaṭṭhāna Mūla Based on Bhikkhu Sujāto’s “A History of Mindfulness” abstract proclamation definition 9
    • Definition in Mūla Repeated contemplation of... ● body as body ● feelings as feelings● mind as mind ● dhammas as dhammas ● internally, externally, both internally & externally while ● being ardent ● having subdued ● clearly knowing longing & dejection ● being mindful in (regard to) the world 10
    • Structure of Satipaṭṭhāna Mūla Based on Bhikkhu Sujāto’s “A History of Mindfulness” abstract proclamation definitionbody ● 31 body parts refrain 11
    • Refrain in Mūla ● Is mindful for the sake of knowledge & vision that there is/are a body, feelings, mind, dhammas ● Is independent, & does not cling to anything in the world. 12
    • Structure of Satipaṭṭhāna Mūla Based on Bhikkhu Sujāto’s “A History of Mindfulness” abstract proclamation conclusion definition predictionbody ● 31 body parts dhammas refrain 7 awakening factors ● feelings refrain 5 hindrances ● mind 13