Range of     Awakening      Factorsaccording to Bhojjaṅga Saṃyutta
MindfulnessWhenever a monk dwelling thuswithdrawn recollects thatDhamma and thinks it over,on that occasion the mindfulnes...
MindfulnessWhatever mindfulness there is● of things internal● or of things externalthat is also the awakening factorof min...
Investigation of DhammaWhenever a monk dwelling thuswithdrawn discriminates that Dhammawith wisdom, examines it, makes ani...
Investigation of DhammaWhenever one discriminates dhammas● internally● or externallywith wisdom, examines them, makesan in...
All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakeningfactor of ... accompanied bymettā ... karuṇā ... muditā ... equanimit...
All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakening factorof ... accompanied by the perceptionof a skeleton ... of a wor...
All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakening factorof ... accompanied by the perception ofimpermanence ... of suf...
All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakening factorof ... accompanied by the perception ofabandonment ... of disp...
All Awakening FactorsWhen, bhikkhus, a noble disciple listensto the Dhamma with eager ears,attending to it as a matter of ...
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Satipatthana Sutta Workshop - S10 Awakening Factors

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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.

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These slides explain in detail the concept of mindfulness and the awakening factors

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Satipatthana Sutta Workshop - S10 Awakening Factors

  1. 1. Range of Awakening Factorsaccording to Bhojjaṅga Saṃyutta
  2. 2. MindfulnessWhenever a monk dwelling thuswithdrawn recollects thatDhamma and thinks it over,on that occasion the mindfulnessawakening factor is aroused ... isbeing developed ... comes tofulfilment by development. SN 46:3
  3. 3. MindfulnessWhatever mindfulness there is● of things internal● or of things externalthat is also the awakening factorof mindfulness SN 46:52
  4. 4. Investigation of DhammaWhenever a monk dwelling thuswithdrawn discriminates that Dhammawith wisdom, examines it, makes aninvestigation of it,on that occasion the investigation ofdhamma awakening factor of the monkis aroused ... is being developed ...comes to fulfilment by development. SN 46:3
  5. 5. Investigation of DhammaWhenever one discriminates dhammas● internally● or externallywith wisdom, examines them, makesan investigation of them, that is theawakening factor of investigation ofstates. SN 46:52
  6. 6. All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakeningfactor of ... accompanied bymettā ... karuṇā ... muditā ... equanimity... mindfulness of breathing ...based upon seclusion, dispassion, andcessation, maturing in release. SN 46:54, 62-66
  7. 7. All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakening factorof ... accompanied by the perceptionof a skeleton ... of a worm-infestedcorpse ... of a livid corpse ... of a fissuredcorpse ... of a bloated corpsebased upon seclusion, dispassion, andcessation, maturing in release. SN 46:57-61
  8. 8. All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakening factorof ... accompanied by the perception ofimpermanence ... of suffering in theimpermanent ... of non-self in what issufferingbased upon seclusion, dispassion, andcessation, maturing in release. SN 46:71-73
  9. 9. All Awakening FactorsA bhikkhu develops the awakening factorof ... accompanied by the perception ofabandonment ... of dispassion ... ofcessationbased upon seclusion, dispassion, andcessation, maturing in release. SN 46:74-76
  10. 10. All Awakening FactorsWhen, bhikkhus, a noble disciple listensto the Dhamma with eager ears,attending to it as a matter of vitalconcern, directing his whole mind to it,on that occasion the five hindrances arenot present in him; on that occasion theseven factors of enlightenment go tofulfilment by development.... Āvaraṇanīvaraṇa Sutta (SN 46:38)

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