Different Buddhist Meditation Techniques

Followers and many meditators have a variety of practicing Buddhist meditation. Despite their differences, all technical methods are based on the development of two things. Pay attention to the movements of the body and the frequent change of the utopian situation to identify the true concept of the soul. In this matter, objective thinking can be a valuable help. Compatibility with complexity, focus on the mind and a single point or object.

Various methods are used by meditation of many Buddhist schools. Some people can focus on such practices, such as emotional meditation. Diversity has diversified diversity. Most Buddhist techniques can be special. Only some of the Buddhist traditions are designed to merge and classify craftsmanship.

Kamisha meditation is one of the meditations that meditate on meditation. The teacher recognizes that there are five basic methods used to practice meditation: a traditional set of meditations. All systems can be used as one of the five main obstacles, such as obstruction, hatred, greed, ambition and ignorance.

One of the five main methods is respiratory embarrassment. These are meditating. This system aims to prevent weakening and improve the concentration of better. Meta Bhavana is one of the five basic methods. This method includes the four Viras of Brahma. It also uses a sensitive attachment or hatred. This system aims to develop loving kindness in a person.

The inhuman identity is evident from five basic methods of Buddhist meditation. This method helps promote greed and inner peace and freedom of feelings. Basic Principles Based on a meditation, the six elements in the six elements, earth, water, space, air, fire and consciousness. Meditation Develop and develop certain clarity in a person without intolerance to the principles of the six principles. The fifth basic method of meditation is to reflect on the reality of ignorance for the purpose of retaliation and the development of wisdom and compassion. There are no other methods of Buddhist meditation by the five methods. This is reflected in a variety of forms of vision, meditation and meditation.

Among the five techniques used for Buddhist meditation, among which are five censuses grouped by Ken-fen. In this case, the Senal system was categorized into five groups. Although it is common for the Senate community, the methodology is applied to methods of Buddhist meditation. Without a kind of spiritual goal, one type of meditation “bonu” or “normal” is to obtain physical and psychological well-being. The meditation used in non-Buddhist purposes is “bado” or “external”. The third is to meditate on “self-liberation” or “Nibbana” or “Shoho” or “small car”.

The fourth of the four Buddhist monastic systems categorized by Cui Phen are meditations for self-consciousness to experience the unity of all things. Then, Lord Buddha has the same “daijo” or “supreme chariot” addressed to the meditation that the Supreme Buddha understood, as in all things of nature.

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