Fourth Noble Truth–SupraMundane Wisdom

Topics Include: 1) Review of mundane right understanding. 2) Explanation of supra mundane right view by Bhikkhu Bodhi. 3) Noble right right view described as wisdom or panna. 4) Noble right view described as the realization of the Four Noble Truths. 5) Understanding the reality of suffering and clinging. 6) Understanding non-self with respect to the five aggregates: form, feeling, perception, mental formations, and consciousness. 7) Imagining what it would mean to live in the world with an understanding of non-self. 8) Understanding the difference between self and non-self in terms of conventional and absolute reality. 9) Beginning to see non-self in terms of impermanence in the meditative process. 10) If we are non-self, then what are we?
Honolulu, Hawaii
March 14, 2020
56 min.

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