Eight-Fold Path

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Eight-Fold Path, The

the method of spiritual attainment outlined in Buddha’ s sermons on the Four Noble Truths: pain, the cause of pain, the cessation of pain, and the path that leads to this cessation, emphasizing, in the last, right view, thought, speech, action, livelihood, efïort, mindfulness, and concentration.
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The Four Noble Truths, specifically the prescription detailed in the Fourth Noble Truth, the Noble Eightfold Path, instructs us to carefully and continually observe the mind, which leads us to disciplining the ego or false sense of self; this in turn enables us to make conscious corrections in one's external behavior, and in the thinking and feeling that takes place in one's internal environment; all of which expands one's Right View, which ultimately leads to enlightenment.
For example, the ideal that should guide social behavior in Buddhism is laid out in the Noble Eightfold Path.
To reach Nirvana, and end suffering, the person follows the path of self improvement by following the Noble Eightfold Path.
The Buddha's Noble Eightfold Path distills the core precepts of Buddhism that cover all aspects of human life.
THE Noble Eightfold Path is in Buddhist terms the way to the end of suffering.
the Noble Eightfold Path (which leads to the cessation of Pain).
But others spring from the legends and myths of Bhutan: the role of spirits and karma in causing disease and the combination of folkloric and Western medicines that cure it; the eight-spoked Wheel of Law representing the Noble Eightfold path toward enlightenment set forth by the Buddha; and the role of women related to the importance of the female deity, Tara.
8 steps make up The Noble Eightfold Path in Buddhism and there are Eight Immortal Deities in Chinese religion.
The eight segments stand for the noble eightfold path of Buddhism" said General Secretary of the Austrian Buddhist Community, Johannes Kronika.
It is the noble Eightfold Path - right views, right intention, right speech, right action, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, right concentration.
Gautama (the Buddha) got much mileage out of his Noble Eightfold Path.
By fulfilling the Noble Eightfold Path one completely eradicates craving (lobha), hatred (dosa) and ignorance (avijja), the root causes of one's suffering.