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    20120609 mindfulness of mind and dharma insight meditation and gautama buddha 20120609 mindfulness of mind and dharma insight meditation and gautama buddha Presentation Transcript

    • Buddhist Association of Canada Cham Shan Temple Updated Mar 2010
    • Buddhist Association of Canada Cham Shan Templená mó fó tuó南 無 佛 陀 Namo Buddhaná mó dá mó南 無 達 摩 Namo Dharmaná mó sēng qié南 無 僧 伽 Namo Sangha Updated Mar 2010
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada Kayanupassana Satipatthana (Mindfulness of Body) Vedananupassana Satipatthana (Mindfulness of Feelings) Cittanupassana Satipatthana (Mindfulness of Mind) Dhammanupassana Satipatthana (Mindfulness of Phenomena) 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaThe strategy of “being present” at a sense-door is to understand the dependent origination.1. Eye2. Ear3. Nose4. Tongue5. Body6. Consciousness 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaThis moment is the time to establish the habit of being consciously present at a sense door and notice what is happening during a sense impression 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaTo Be Mindful Your SenseDoorWhat sense door am I at?What feeling is present?What is the quality of that feeling; is it pleasant, unpleasant or neutral? Why?What thoughts are associated with it?Do you notice any changes about quality of feeling and your thoughts with time? i.e. arising and disappearing 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaBuddha taught Ananda aboutDependent OriginationUnderstanding dependent origination is difficult. It is because people don’t understand origination that they are not able to penetrate it, that their minds are befuddled. Just as a ball of twine becomes all tangled up and knotted, just so are beings ensnared and unable to free themselves from the conditions of suffering. 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaUntangle the mind byinsight into dependentoriginationWhat we are experiencing is the result of a series of events that arose because of previous conditions and is linked as a causal chain of effects, i.e. as cyclic existence. 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaBreak the linkage to End theCycle of SufferingAs you experience the series of causal events, you can intercept them at the linkage of either consciousness, sense impression and feeling. The ability to do this gives you the potential to be free of the conditioned cycle of suffering that most people are unknowingly trapped in. 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaTwelve Links of the Cycle ofDependent Origination 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of CanadaBuddha gave instruction toBahiyaWith the seen, there will be just the seen; with the heard, there will be just the heard; with the sensed there will be just the sensed; with the cognized, there will be just the cognized. When for you, Bahiya, there is merely the seen, heard, sensed and cognized, then you will not be therein. Then you, Bahiya, will be neither here nor there nor within both – this is itself the end of suffering. 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada Questions and Comments 討論www.ChamShanTemple.orgwww.shengguangshi.blogspot.comShengguangShi@hotmail.comShengguang Shi 釋聖光Tom Cheung 張相棠Kam Cheung 張仁勤Dennis A. Yap 葉普智 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada
    • Buddhist Association of Canada回向 yuàn xiāo zhàng zhū fán năo s ā nParinamana (Transfer of Merit) 願消三障諸煩惱 We wish to rid ourselves of the three hindrances and all klesas. yuàn dé zhì huì zhēn míng l ĭ a o 願得智慧 真 明了 We wish to gain wisdom and real understanding. pŭ yuàn zuì zhàng xī chú x i ā o 普願罪障悉消除 We wish all sinful hindrances to be totally eradicated. shì shì cháng xíng pú sà dào 世世常行菩薩道 In one life after another we always follow Bodhisattvas’ paths. 加拿大佛教會 © 2006 Buddhist Association of Canada