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The Eightfold Path and Spiral of Progress
 

THE THREE DIVISIONS OF DHAMMA
Comprising the Teachings of Gautama Buddha

1. SILA - morality, ethical conduct
2. SAMADHI - concentration, mastery of the mind
3. PANNA - wisdom, insight into the true nature of reality

 

THE EIGHTFOLD NOBLE PATH

1. Samma ditthi - Right view
2. Samma samkappa - Right intention
3. Samma vaca - Right Speech
4. Samma kammanta - Right action
5. Samma ajiva - Right livelihood
6. Samma vayama - Right effort
7. Samma sati - Right mindfulness
8. Samma samadhi - Right concentration

This diagram, from an unknown source, illustrates The Eightfold Path in the Three Divisions of Dhamma, essential aspects of the Buddha's teaching that are shown here to be inter-influential. More information can be found HERE. The Buddha's teachings are also explored in the links below.

The Experience of Impermanence  |  "On Buddhism & Buddha's Teachings"  |  Buddha's summation of Meditation
Paul Fleischman: Why I Sit  |  The Mirror: Advice on the Presence of Awareness  |  Austin Pick: A Wider Rotation

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