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suffering -- dukkha

  • suffering or pain (dukkha-dukkha)
  • impermanence or change (viparinama-dukkha)
  • conditioned states (samkhara-dukkha)

  • the truth of suffering (dukkha)
  • the truth of the cause of suffering (samudaya)
  • the truth of the end of suffering (nirhodha)
  • the truth of the path that frees us from suffering (magga)

eightfold path -- wisdom / conduct / discipline

  1. right view
  2. right intention
  3. right speech
  4. right action
  5. right livelihood
  6. right effort
  7. right mindfulness
  8. right concentration

becoming who we truly are:

In the Buddhist view, wisdom and compassion are intrinsically linked together. One cannot be truly compassionate without wisdom. Wisdom--seeing the world as it really is--reveals the deep interrelatedness and impermanency of all things. When we genuinely recognize this, compassion is our natural response. When we have wisdom, we cannot help but feel compassion. By the same token, practicing compassion helps us to realize our fundamentally wise natures. Living compassionately means to think and act without putting ourselves at the center of the universe, without believing that "It's all about me." To recognize that the whole of existence does not revolve around these little entities we call our selves is the beginning of wisdom. Thus wisdom and compassion arise together. As we become more compassionate, we gain wisdom; as we become wiser, our compassionate natures are more fully revealed.

kongo zen -- balance

... from the Zen name for the Nioson (Deva Kings who originated the art of Arahan no Ken in ancient India) ... / ... main purpose of kongo zen practice is to discipline the mind and body. It is particularly designed to benefit the practitioner in three areas of life: self defense, spiritual development, and improved health ... / ... shorinji kempo, the discipline of kongo zen ... ... to develop the people who will help others ... bravery, motivation, intelligence, and a sense of what is right ...

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  • Karen Armstrong -- Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence (amazonhttp://future.eliens.net/
  • Michael Berry -- A History of Pain: Trauma in Modern Chinese Literature and Film (amazon)
  • Joanna Bourke -- The Story of Pain: From Prayer to Painkillers (amazonhttp://wall.eliens.net/
  • Joanna Bourke -- Fear: A Cultural History (amazonhttp://plug.eliens.net/
  • Simon Critchley -- The Book Of Dead Philosophers (amazonhttp://death.eliens.net/
  • Jose Delgado -- Physical Control of the Mind: Toward a Psychocivilized Society (amazonhttp://control.eliens.net/
  • J. Moscoso -- Pain: A Cultural History (amazonhttp://pain.eliens.net/
  • Maggie Nelson -- The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning (amazonhttp://art.eliens.net/
  • Elaine Scarry -- The Body in Pain: The Making and Unmaking of the World (amazon[RW] http://world.eliens.net/
  • Daniel Stern -- The Suicide Academy: A Novel (amazonhttp://read.eliens.net/
  • Melanie Thernstrom -- The Pain Chronicles: Cures, Myths, Mysteries, Prayers, Diaries, Brain Scans, Healing, and the Science of Suffering (amazon)
  • Eric G. Wilson -- Against Happiness: In Praise of Melancholy (amazonhttp://twinkle.eliens.net/

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