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Author Yongtah, Venerable

Title Ten Minutes to Liberation
Published Irvine, CA : Seoul Selection, 2017


Description 1 online resource (112 pages)
Contents Intro; Copyright; Title Page; Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: The "Special Forces" of Happiness; Life Is Cultivation; Declaring Yourself a Living Buddha; The Three Aspects of the Living Buddha; The View of Great Aspiration: "When We Emanate Great Hope and Love, Our Greed, Anger, and Delusion Vanish"; The Beauty of "But"; The Seeds of Tomorrow Lie in Dreams Today; Living Here and Now; Awakened as We Are; Establishing a Path of Practice; The "Special Forces" of Happiness; A Pebble Preaches the Dharma: The Dharma Preached by the Dharmakaya; Conversation Topics
Ten Minutes of Meditation, Ten Minutes to LiberationThe 110 Idea: Life and Values; The Three Beats: The Basic Faith of "Confronting Spaces"; Meditating on Death; Chapter 2: Tending the Garden of the Mind; The Conditions of Happiness; Jeukbi 1: "A Cup Is Not a Cup, but What We Have Named 'Cup'"; Jeukbi 2: A Secret Plan for Hope; Your Share, My Share; Lift Up the Consciousness: The Ten Levels of Contentment; Gratitude Meditation; Tending the Garden of the Mind; The Five Main Forms of "Bad Talking"; Riding on the Infinite; Buddhism's Dual Truths; A Dedication to Humankind
Have You Been Happy Lately?Packaging Is Also a Gift; Mind Practice for Accepting the Pains of Disease; Chapter 3: Gaining the Ember of Awakening; The Not-the-Self View 1: Siddhartha's Puzzle; The Not-the-Self View 2: The Self Is the Root of Suffering and Warfare; The Not-the-Self View 3: When We Dismantle a Cart, It Is No Longer a Cart; The Not-the-Self View 4: The Mind Is Drawn by Thoughts; Gaining the Ember of Awakening; Credits; Back Cover
Summary If given ten minutes, how would you manage your mind? Momentary liberation may be a matter of purifying ourselves of greed or anger by rolling around a single thought when greed and anger arise to harm the purity of our minds. Daily liberation is a matter of setting aside time during the day for Zen meditation-be it ten minutes, thirty minutes, or sixty or more minutes-so that the sense of self disappears. Liberation should also be discussed in terms of its different dimensions, but the most primary form of liberation is the light "no-self" feeling that one senses when the feeling of the self d
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Subject Happiness -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism.
Spiritual life -- Buddhism.
Happiness -- Religious aspects -- Buddhism
Spiritual life -- Buddhism
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781624120909