Eightfold path

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  • The Eightfold Path
    • Wisdom
      • Right View
        • This ,eams that you see and understand thing as they really are and realise the four noble truth
        • An example of this is understadning the law of Karama
      • Right Intention
        • This is when your action is good towards other sentient being and yourself
        • An example of this is helping children in Africa by giving food
    • Morality
      • Right Speech
        • This is when you don;t say anything that begins pain to a sentient being
        • An exmaple of this is not starting rumours
      • Right Action
        • This is when you don't do anything that begins harm to a sentient being
        • An example of this is is not bullying anyone
      • Right Livelihood
        • Not doing someting for a job thta harms a sentient Being
        • An example of this is not being a butcher
    • Meditation
      • Right Mindfulness
        • This means thta you are constantly keep your mind alert to wonder the body and the mind.
        • An example of this is thinking about Anatta and that we have no soul so not using words like "i" and "me"
      • Right effort
        • This when you make the effort to not to hvae the unwholesome quailties from raising and the effort to extinguish theses
        • An example of this is extinguishing the three pioson (Greed, Harted and Ignorance)
      • Right Concentration
        • This is the being able to have mental discipline
        • A way to do this is by Meditating
    • The Raft analogy
      • thta you only need the teaching to get you to the line of enlightenment and thta you should't crave or cling to them or you will be stuck in Samsara
    • The Song of the Lute analogy
      • Thies is when Siddhartha was meditating when a group of girls walked past playing lutes. he then decided then to give up self torture as he had found the middle way, the balance between richess and poorness which would help him to reach enlightnement
  • Right Concentration
    • This is the being able to have mental discipline
    • A way to do this is by Meditating

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