Liberating And Letting Go

by Peter Carlson on April 16, 2015

During this talk, Peter continued to describe the elements of the fourth tetrad of the Anapanasati Sutta,  emphasizing the coordinating functions of examining impermanence, dispassion, cessation and renunciation through ongoing breath awareness. The process of awakening can be experienced on two levels: letting go of unwholesome self-states, and, ultimately, letting go of the process of craving and clinging.

Future discussions will describe how this integrating process fosters realizing the potential of the four foundations of mindfulness and the seven factors of awakening.

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