Zen Spot #156 - Mindfulness, meditation and the paradox of karma January 30, 2015 09:14
If one doesn't believe in karma, one is not bound by karma. While one may experience its effects, the lack of belief precludes a thoughtful understanding of the equation of cause and effect. Only inexplicable actions and perplexing results exist.
By contrast, once one believes in karma, one is blessed forever.
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What are The Four Noble Truths?
- The truth of suffering
- The truth of the origin of suffering
- The truth of the cessation of suffering
- The truth of the path to the cessation of suffering
What is The Noble Eightfold Path?
- Right view
- Right intention
- Right action
- Right speech
- Right livelihood
- Right effort
- Right mindfulness
- Right concentration
What is a Dharma Wheel?