Dhamma Practice – Peaceful Mind

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Whatever is arises, cessation for that is sure. In the same way, whatever is born, death for that is imminent. So it is better to observe and celebrate both birth & death. Wise people constantly practice let go of I, Me, Mine, My etc., mental feelings with awareness. Even if any one wishes to avoid let go of these mental feelings, the death make it possible by snatching away all the possessions and belongings.?Dhamma Practice?is a 24×7 practice of discharging every bit of duty with self awareness.

Obviously it is prudent to contemplate the nature of the world. Every worldly thing have the nature of change. This changing nature of materials is their DHAMMA.

Dhamma Practice – Peaceful Mind

Legend AJAHN CHAH has explained the dhamma very beautifully? as under;-

“When you have contemplated things in this way you’ii see aniccam, impermanence, and dukham, unsatisfactory. Why are things impermanent and unsatisfactory? Because they are annata, not-self.

Both your body that is lying sick and in pain, and the mind that is aware of its sickness and pain, are called dhamma. That which is formless, the thoughts, feelings and perceptions, is called namdhamma. That which is racked with aches and pains is called roopdhamma. The material is dhamma and the immaterial is dhamma. So we live with dhamma, in dhamma and we are dhamma.”

DHAMMA PRACTICE

The sitting meditation, the walkIing meditation and listening to dhamma talks are only the outer form of meditation practice.As soon as the mind encounters an object through its sense organs the real meditation practice starts. The mental feelings, which arises, may be either pleasant or unpleasant. when any of our sense organs came into contact with an object, which we dislike, feelings of suffering will arise. on the other hand the contact with an objec When you have contemplated things in this way you’ii see aniccam, impermanence, and dukham, unsatisfactory. Why are things impermanent and unsatisfactory? Because they are annata, not-self.

The body? that is lying sick and in pain, and the mind that is aware of its sickness and pain, are called dhamma. We call these? formless thoughts, feelings and perceptions, as namdhamma. We also call these? aches and pains as? roopdhamma. The material is dhamma and the immaterial is dhamma. So we live with dhamma, in dhamma and we are dhamma.”

The sitting meditation

The walking meditation and listening to dhamma talks are only the outer form of meditation practice.As soon as the mind encounters an object through its sense organs the real meditation practice starts. The mental feelings, which arises, may be either pleasant or unpleasant. when any of our sense organs came into contact with an object, which we dislike, feelings of suffering will arise. on the other hand the contact with an obje t which we like, the feelings of pleasure will automatically arise. we aspire to get rid of the unpleasant and caught hold of the pleasant one.?This tendency of aversion and craving causes suffering.

To end the suffering we must understand the true dhamma of all the material and immaterial phenomena by developing the awareness and wisdom so that, in both the pleasant and unpleasant conditions we are able to practice true meditation by having let go of the feelings of self.

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