Reflections on liberation in Buddhism

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buddist eightfold path of liberation - Reflections on Liberation 1) Right understanding [12] In following this path one would not experience feelings of envy or arrogance 2)         Right thought or motives [15] Kindness towards the unenlightened brings a selfless mind set for both 3) Right speech [13-14] Rebuff the urge to speak wickedly for true peace of mind 4) Right action [9] Having a clear understanding of the fools mentality leads your actions opposite 5) Right livelihood [28-29] Reside within free space, live …

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…the fools mentality leads your actions opposite 5) Right livelihood [28-29] Reside within free space, live within your mind, do not possess greedily 6) Right effort [3] One must give up desires in order to gain free mind 7) Right mindfulness [38] Untroubled solitude of the mind suppresses distractions by allowing total awareness of them 8) Right meditation [33] When the mind is stilled such as at the occurrence of birth and death, one is truly alone and all is perceived clearly