Posted on: June 11, 2022 Posted by: admin Comments: 0


Fortunately, we met the Blessed One, the Enlightened One. His Dharma exists for us to learn and practice. Let’s strive to develop mindfulness through meditation and practice living mindfully every moment of our lives.

The human realm – the middle realm of the sensual world – is the fastest changing realm. Joy is here but suffering is also here. Living in the world of sensuality, sentient beings are always immersed in desire when the mind communicates with the object through the six sense doors including eyes, hearing, nose, smell, tongue tasting, body touching, and mind thinking. After communicating, the mind wants to be close, possess the object to enjoy and enjoy for itself.

So far the mind has been communicating, but it doesn’t know how to notice the object. The mind that knows without noticing is the mind without mindfulness. Mindfulness is the state of mind that notices and watches over the object that arises through the six sense doors right in the present moment. Without mindfulness, the mind will go on and on in a life full of afflictions caused by birth, old age, pain, and death. From life to life, from one world to another. Just like that, go on and on…

Mindfulness is like a “doorkeeper”

With the light of wisdom illuminating the way, one day the meditator will be able to put an end to the arduous journey through the impermanent realms.

Fortunately, we meet Lord Buddha, the Enlightened One. His Dharma exists for us to learn and practice. Let’s strive to develop mindfulness through meditation and practice living mindfully every moment of our lives.

Thanks to that, we begin to understand our mind and know how to purify it. When the mind is pure, the light of wisdom arises. With the light of wisdom illuminating the way, one day the meditator will be able to put an end to the arduous journey through the impermanent realms.

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