Eightfold Noble Path–Supramundane Wisdom

Topics Include: 1) The difference between mundane and supra mundane right understanding. 2) Noble right view defined as the wisdom factor or as a beautiful mind state. 3) Wisdom as defined by the content of our understanding. What is it that we come to understand? 4) The totality of suffering embodied in the five aggregates of clinging: form, feelings, perceptions, mental formations, and consciousness. 5) Why are the five aggregates dukkha? Because they are impermanent and conditioned. 6) Examples of how we cling to form, feelings, perceptions, mental formations and consciousness. 7) What is the definition of non self or the illusion of self. 8) The breaking through to the unconditioned or Nibbana. 9) How we get stuck in the cycle of clinging and desire. 10) How the Dharma allows us to have a wiser understanding of ourselves and others. 11) Question: How to let go of clinging and wanting.
July 25, 2020
70 min.

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