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The Phenomenology of Meditation (Part One)
2012-04-07 The Phenomenology of Meditation (Part One) 59:36
Stephen Batchelor
Buddhist meditation is the refinement of a sensibility rather the gaining of proficiency in a technique. This sensibility is founded on "embracing dukkha", i.e. the totality of one's existential condition, and then cultivating meditation as (a) embodiment, (b) receptivity and (c) wonderment. Such a sensibility can then be further developed through stillness (samatha) and insight (vipassana).
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