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Mudita: The Buddha's Teaching on Unselfish Joy - Four Essays
Wheel Book 170
Nyanaponika Thera, Natasha Jackson, C. F. Knight, und andere
Spieldauer: 1 Std. und 11 Min.
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Mudita, Wheel Publicaton No. 170, contains several short essays, one by the editor, Ven. Nyanaponika, and three by lay practitioners on one of the lesser known and too-little practiced sublime states of mind. Mudita, usually translated "sympathetic joy", was designated one of the brahma-viharas by the Buddha, one of the sublime, noble states of mind. How is it to be practiced, and what are the implications of mudita on the spiritual path? These essays address those questions.
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