Right Mindfulness Dharma Talk

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Video of the Right Mindfulness Dharma Talk
RIGHT MINDFULNESS (samyak-smrti)
In Sanskrit the seventh stage or limb of the Eightfold Path is called Samyak-Smrti (Pali samma-sati). Smrti, or sati, is normally translated as ‘mindfulness’, or sometimes as ‘awareness’.
In this Dharma talk will explore three aspects of Mindfulness and how to use it in your own life.
This is an introductory talk on Right Mindfulness from the Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path. For a full explanation of the path be sure to checkout: https://zenawakened.com/eightfold-path/
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