By Jack Kornfield
In an effort to locate internal peace and knowledge, you don’t have to circulate to an ashram or monastery. Your existence, simply because it is, is the best position to be. the following Jack Kornfield, one in every of America’s most valuable Buddhist academics, stocks this and different key classes gleaned from greater than 40 years of dedicated examine and perform.
Bringing domestic the Dharma contains uncomplicated meditation practices for awakening our buddha nature—our clever and knowing heart—amid the ups and downs of our traditional day-by-day lives.
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I say, Oh monks, eye is on ﬁre. Visual objects are on ﬁre. Eye-consciousness is on ﬁre. Eye-contact is on ﬁre. This feeling which is caused by the eye-contact and is pleasant, painful or neither painful nor pleasant is also on ﬁre. With what is it on ﬁre? It is on ﬁre with the ﬁres of passion, hatred and delusion. e. the ﬁve sense faculties and the mind; their objects, such as visual objects; six consciousnesses; six contacts and the feelings arising from these contacts. 40 What is the fuel of the triple ﬁre in this context?
What are the two? They are nirvana with a remainder of clinging and nirvana without a remainder of clinging. How is it called nirvana with a remainder of clinging? A monk, by destroying the ﬁve lower fetters, that is to say, one who has attained nirvana in the intermediate state (antarAparinirvAyin),148 does not return to that world [of desire]. That is why it is called nirvana with a remainder of clinging. How is it called nirvana without a remainder of clinging? A monk, by destroying impurity and accomplishing purity, witnesses himself [in this very life] the liberation through mind (cetovimukti), the liberation through wisdom ( prajñAvimukti) and himself delighted.
45 He is treated by a surgeon who opens the wound with the knife and drains the poison off from his wound. Although it looks as if there is no poison remaining, there is a possibility that some is left. Thus, the surgeon instructs him to take care of the wound by eating only beneﬁcial foods, taking a regular bath, and not exposing the wound to the wind. If he follows this instruction he will be cured and if not he will die. The word upAdisesa is used here to describe whether any poison is still remaining in him or not: ‘He might extract the arrow, he might drain off the poison leaving some behind but thinking none remained .
Bringing Home the Dharma: Awakening Right Where You Are by Jack Kornfield