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 +Part of the List of [[Dharma Terms]] from the [[Buddhist Ayurveda]] Course ([[SKT220]] ) on [[Sanskrit Terms]] of [[Ayurveda]] and [[Dharma]]
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 +
 +======= Eightfold Path =======
 +
 +
 +[[Eightfold Path]]
 +
 +1) [[Right View]]s, 2) [[Right Thought]], 3) [[Right Speech]], 4) [[Right Conduct]], 5)
 +[[Right Livelihood]],​ 6) [[Right Effort]], 7) [[Right Mindfulness]],​ 8) [[Right Concentration]].
 +
 +The [[Eightfold Path]] is one of the principal [[constituent]]s of the [[Holy Truth]] of
 +the [[Path]] (see [[Four Noble Truths]]).
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 +
 +====== 1. Right  View======
 +
 +"1) [[Right View]]s refers to [[understand]]ing of the [[Four Noble Truths]]. It also can
 +refer to [[insight]] into the [[nature]] of the [[Dharma Body]] of the [[Buddha]]s.
 +[[Right View]]s "​refers to your manner of regarding some[[thing]],​ your [[mental]]
 +outlook and your opinions, not to what you [[view]] with your [[eye]]s. You [[practice]]
 +the non-[[Outflow]] [[conduct]] ([[Three Non-Outflow Studies]]) in [[contemplating]] your[[self]]. Your own [[views]] and
 +[[understand]]ing must be [[Proper]]."​ ([[AS]] 125)
 +
 +
 +====== 2. Right Thought ======
 +
 +2) [[Right Thought]] [[means]] [[freedom]] from [[mental]] [[attachment]]s,​ to have [[renounce]]d
 +[[thought]]s of [[hatred]] and [[harm]]. It can also refer to the [[purification]] of the
 +[[mind]] so that one no longer has any polluted [[thinking]]. It is some[[time]]s
 +translated '​[[right]] [[Resolve]]'​ or '​[[right]] [[aspiration]]s,'​ indicating the importance
 +of [[mental]] [[intention]].
 +"If it is not in accord with propriety, don't [[listen]] to it. Why would you
 +think about it? Be[[cause]] you [[listen]]ed to it."
 +([[DFS]] IV 663)
 +
 +
 +====== 3. Right Speech ======
 +
 +3) [[Right Speech]] [[means]] always [[speaking]] the [[Truth]],​[[avoid]]ing [[false speech]],
 +[[divisive speech]], [[harsh speech]], and [[frivolous speech]]. [[Right Speech]] also [[means]]
 +that be[[cause]] one [[realize]]s the [[emptiness]] of all [[Dharma]]s,​ one can [[Resolve]] all
 +disputes.
 +
 +"If it is not in accord with propriety, don't talk about it. Don't [[gossip]]."​
 +([[DFS]] IV 663)
 +
 +"If someone [[speak]]s [[improper]]ly to you, you should think of it as [[Proper]]. This
 +is the [[pure]] [[karma]] of [[speech]]. [[world]]ly [[people]] are of many [[kind]]s, and when they
 +[[speak]] [[improper]]ly,​ do not [[criticize]] them saying, 'Ah! He's [[speaking]]
 +in[[correct]]ly!'​ On the [[other]] [[hand]], be careful not to get too close to such
 +[[people]] either."​ ([[AS]] 125-126)
 +
 +
 +====== 4. Right Conduct ======
 +
 +4) [[Right Conduct]] [[means]] that one does not take [[life]], [[steal]], or [[engage]] in
 +[[sexual misconduct]].
 +
 +"If it is not in accord with propriety, don't do it. Don't do [[deviant]] [[thing]]s
 +like going into the gambling business and developing [[spiritual]] [[power]]s in the
 +numbers racket. That's [[deviant]] [[action]].
 +"What is [[right]] [[action]]? Sitting in [[meditation]] without any [[false thinking]].
 +[[study]]ing the [[Buddha Dharma]]. That is the most [[Proper]] [[form]] of [[action]].
 +"'​But,'​ you ask, 'if I [[study]] the [[Buddha Dharma]], where will I get [[food]] to
 +eat?'
 +
 +"You shouldn'​t worry about that. If you [[study]] well, you will [[natural]]ly have
 +[[food]] to eat." ([[DFS]] IV 664)
 +
 +"​[[Proper]] [[action]] refers to [[pure]] bodily [[karma]]. Use non-[[Outflow]] [[wisdom]] to
 +discard [[improper]] bodily [[karma]], specifically [[sexual]] [[desire]] ([[kama]] [[raga]]). I can't make it
 +[[clear]]; I can't say it frankly. Many [[people]] say, 'Oh well, [[emptiness is form]],
 +and [[form is emptiness]],'​ and they casually [[play]] around. That is [[improper]]
 +[[action]]."​ ([[AS]] 126)
 +
 +
 +====== 5. Right Livelihood ======
 +
 +5) [[Right Livelihood]] refers to having a [[correct]] [[lifestyle]] or [[way]] of [[life]]. One
 +is [[content]] and has few [[wish]]es. One[[avoid]]s [[karmic]]ally un[[whole]]some occupations
 +such as selling alcohol or [[drug]]s, selling [[fire]]arms,​ [[being]] a butcher, or
 +doing fortune-telling. It also refers to one's [[way]] of re[[Latin]]g to [[other]]s.
 +For example, you should not dress or act eccentrically to call [[attention]] to
 +your[[self]]. You should not [[praise]] your[[self]],​ calling [[attention]] to your [[good]]
 +[[deed]]s. You should not act in a loud or over[[bear]]ing manner.
 +
 +"'​Look at me,' says the [[Great Vehicle]] [[monk]] dressed in [[Small Vehicle]] ([[Lesser Vehicle]]) [[robe]]s.
 +'​I'​m [[special]]. You should make [[offering]]s to me.'
 +
 +"​`He'​s [[special]],'​ say the blind followers. '​He'​s probably a [[Buddha]] or a
 +[[Bodhisattva]],'​ taking the gaudy rick-rack for a [[Treasure]]."​ ([[AS]] 126)
 +
 +
 +====== 6. Right Effort ======
 +
 +6) [[Right Effort]] [[means]] you should be [[vigor]]ous in your [[practice]],​ always
 +[[thinking]],​ saying, and doing what is [[right]] and not what is [[improper]].
 +"​Strangely enough, if you chat with someone, the more you chat, the more
 +[[energy]] you have--talking,​ talking, too much talking. But of what use is all
 +your [[vigor]]ous talking? It's [[improper]] [[vigor]]."​ ([[AS]] 127)
 +
 +"What is [[deviant]] [[vigor]]? [[deviant Dharma]]s [[harm]] [[other]] [[people]]. ​
 +Those who
 +[[cultivate]] [[deviant Dharma]]s work very hard in the [[six]] periods of the day and
 +[[night]], [[Cultivating]] all [[kind]]s of [[ascetic practice]]s. Nevertheless,​ their
 +[[ascetic practice]]s are not beneficial. They may imitate the [[behavior]] of [[cow]]s
 +or of dogs, or [[practice]] [[being]] like [[chicken]]s. They may imitate [[cow]]s, eat
 +[[grass]], and say they are [[being]] [[vigor]]ous be[[cause]] [[cow]]s eat [[grass]] all day long.
 +This happens be[[cause]] they saw that a [[cow]] was [[born]] in the [[heaven]]s. They
 +didn't [[realize]] it was be[[cause]] of the [[Merit]] and [[virtue]] accrued from acts
 +which the [[cow]] had [[perform]]ed in previous lives. They [[thought]] the [[cow]] had been
 +[[born]] in the [[heaven]]s be[[cause]] it ate [[grass]]! And so they take a [[cow]] for their
 +[[Teacher]]. The [[cow]] has no [[understand]]ing of [[Dharma]] whatsoever, and so [[study]]ing
 +with a [[cow]] is called [[improper]] [[vigor]]."​ ([[DFS]] IV 665)
 +
 +"​[[Right Vigor]] [[means]] to [[cultivate]] according to the [[Buddha Dharma]]. One should
 +not [[cultivate]] [[Dharma]]s which the [[Buddha]] did not [[teach]]. That is called
 +[[offering]] up your [[conduct]] in accord with the [[Buddha]]'​s [[instruction]]s. [[right]]
 +[[vigor]] [[means]] [[vigor]] with the [[body]] and [[vigor]] with the [[mind]]. [[mental]] [[vigor]] [[means]]
 +re[[collect]]ing the [[Three Jewels]] and not neglecting them for an instant. [[vigor]]
 +with the [[body]] [[means]] putting the [[teachings]] into [[actual]] [[practice]]. . . . " ([[DFS]]
 +IV 666)
 +
 +====== 7. Right Mindfulness ======
 +
 +7) ". This [[means]] [[mindfulness]] of the [[Buddha]], the [[Dharma]], and the [[Sangha]] (see
 +[[Three Jewels]]). [[deviant]] [[mindfulness]] [[means]] [[mindfulness]] of [[deviant view]]s,
 +prejudiced [[views]], [[love]] and [[emotion]]. [[deviant]] [[mindfulness]] [[means]] always
 +[[thinking]] about your[[self]] [[first]]."​ ([[DFS]] IV 666)
 +
 +
 +====== 8. Right Concentration ======
 +
 +
 +8) [[Right Concentration]] refers to taking leave of one's [[desire]]s and of
 +un[[whole]]some [[Dharma]]s and then [[enter]]ing the [[first]] and those succeeding (see
 +[[Four Dhyanas]]) in the [[correct]] fashion.
 +"​[[Right Concentration]] is the opposite of [[deviant]] [[concentration]]. What is
 +[[Devi]]ant]] [[concentration]]?​ It's [[concentration]] that is an [[attachment]],​ that you
 +can't let go of. For example, some [[people]] like to [[drink]], and although you
 +tell them not to, they continue to [[drink]] with [[Great]] [[concentration]] be[[cause]]
 +they have [[deviant]] [[concentration]]. Or some [[people]] like to take [[drug]]s. The more
 +they take, the [[stupid]]er they get. When you tell them not to, they say 'I can
 +get [[enlightened]] taking this stuff. When I take this, [[thing]]s really start
 +happening. I go through [[Chan]]ges. I see and [[hear]] differently. The [[world]]
 +[[become]]s [[adorn]]ed with the [[seven]] [[Jewel]]s. Isn't that a [[state]]?'​ It's [[deviant]]
 +[[concentration]],​ that's what it is! For example, one [[person]] came here to
 +[[listen]] to a lecture, but not a [[word]] could get in be[[cause]] he had his [[deviant]]
 +[[concentration]] going, and he was very [[attached]]:​ '​I'​m [[right]]! I can't [[listen]] to
 +you!' That's [[deviant]],​ [[knowledge]],​ [[deviant view]]s, and [[deviant]] [[concentration]].
 +"Then what is [[Right Concentration]]?​ [[Right Concentration]] is the [[cultivation]] of
 +the [[Four Dhyanas]] and the [[eight]] [[Samadhi]]s. Don't have a [[self]] at all. [[cultivate]]
 +these [[Dharma]]s,​ but [[forget]] your '​[[self]]'​. If you have forgotten your '​[[self]]',​
 +how could you still keep on [[drink]]ing]],​ taking [[drug]]s, and indulging your[[self]]?​
 +Everyone looks for advantages for themselves, but [[people]] who [[cultivate]] . . .
 +[[forget]] about advantages. That's [[Right Concentration]]."​ ([[DFS]] IV 669-670)
 +
 +1) [[Chinese]]:​ , , 2) [[Sanskrit]]:​ (), 3) [[Pali]] (), 4) Alternate [[translation]]s:​ [[Proper]]
 +[[Eightfold Path]], [[eight]] [[Sage]]ly [[way]] Shares; [[Arya]]n [[Eightfold Path]].
 +
 +[[See Also]]: [[Four Noble Truths]], [[Four Applications of Mindfulness]],​ [[mindfulness]],​
 +[[Samadhi]].
 +
 +[[BTTS References]]:​ [[HS]] 87-88, [[DFS]] IV 663-670; [[AS]] 125-128.
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 +Primary [[Fair Use]] Compilation Source: [[Ron Epstein]], Ph.D, compiler, [[Buddhism A to Z]], Burlingame, [[California]],​ [[Buddhist Text Translation Society]], 2003, p. 
 +[[ISBN 0881393533]] ​ Paperback: 284 pages. ​ http://​www.BTTSOnline.org ​    ​www.Amazon.com ​  
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 +Secondary [[Fair Use]] Compilation Source: The [[Seeker’s Glossary of Buddhism]], 2nd ed., San Francisco, California: Sutra Translation Committee of the United States and Canada, 1998: http://​www.budaedu.org.tw
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 +Secondary [[Fair Use]] Compilation Source: Muller, Charles, editor, [[Digital Dictionary of Buddhism]] [DDB], Toyo Gakuen University, Japan, 2007:  Username is "​guest",​ with no password.
 +http://​buddhism-dict.net/​ddb - Based in large part on the [[Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms]] with Sanskrit and English Equivalents (by [[Soothill]] and Hodous) Delhi, India: [[Motilal Banarsidass]],​ 1997.
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 +Secondary [[Fair Use]] Compilation Source: Ehrhard, Diener, Fischer, et al, The [[Shambhala Dictionary of Buddhism and Zen]], Boston, Massachusetts:​ [[Shambhala Publications]],​ 1991.  296 pages. ​ ISBN 978-0-87773-520-5 ​ http://​www.Shambhala.com,​
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