Mar 6, 2019

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SOME PERSPECTIVE ON RIGHT THOUGHT (SAMMA SANKAPPA) (Một ít quán niệm về Chánh tư duy)

SOME PERSPECTIVE ON RIGHT THOUGHT (SAMMA SANKAPPA) Thinking exists as the top mental activity that is performed by humans only. Thinking refers to a process of using one’s mind to consider or reason about something or phenomena. However, Right Thought is a terminological phrase that can be found in Buddhism only. Right Thought (Samma-sankappa (Pali) or Samyak-samkalpa (Sanskrit)) is well known by many other religions for its firm status in the Noble Eightfold Path of Buddhism. The Eightfold path includes Right view, Right speech, Right action, Right livelihood, Right thought, Right Diligence, Right mindfulness and Right concentration. Before becoming Buddha, Siddhartha Gautama had experienced six years of diligent meditation under the Bodhi tree but gained no spiritual achievement. He submitted himself to rigorous ascetic practices and ate one sesame seed per day which resulted in reducing his delicate body almost to a skeleton. One day, he collapsed in the river



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