-1- What the Buddha Taught. A series of lecture-discussions sponsored by Oxford Soto Zen Suggested by Les Kaye Led by Jimmyle Listenbee Based on What the Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula.
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A series of lecture-discussions sponsored by
Oxford Soto Zen
Suggested by Les Kaye
Led by Jimmyle Listenbee
Based on What the Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula
Avoids two extremes:
The 8 divisions of the path are not “stepping stones”, but are to be practiced and developed simultaneously, as far as possible, according to the capacity of the individual.
They are all linked together, and each helps the cultivation of the others.
The Eightfold Path aims at perfecting and promoting these.
The Eight Divisions of the Path can be grouped under these three headings.
There are two qualities to be developed:
Wisdom and Compassion
Wisdom underlies and supports each step of the Noble Eightfold Path;
Each step of the Noble Eightfold Path underlies and supports Wisdom.
According to Buddhism, there are 2 types:
in Regard to the Four Noble Truths are: