Wise Restraint – Understanding Dispassion – A Structured Study
Wise Restraint Structured Study Dhamma Talks
Our Wise Restraint Structured Study provides additional foundation for our Wise Restraint – Foundations of the Buddha’s Dhamma Retreat June 29 to July 3
The Buddha’s Eightfold Path to liberation from all views ignorant of Four Noble Truths develops profound Wisdom of the true nature of human life. The Eightfold Path is a limiting path that brings understanding to the stress and suffering of a life driven by self-indulgence rooted in the Three Defilements of Greed, Aversion, and deluded thinking. In this way, the Buddha’s Dhamma is a gentle and direct interruption of continued grasping-after and clinging to conflicting and confusing life experiences rather than experiencing each moment of human life resting in the calm and peace of Wise Restraint.
The wisdom informed by the Eightfold Path develops Wise Restraint and the ability to recognize and abandon all manifestations of ignorance of the Four Noble Truths as these events arise and pass away. Wise Dhamma Practitioners develop concentration from Jhana meditation. From a well-concentrated mind, the entire Eightfold Path can be integrated into one’s life and provides the Refined Mindfulness necessary to live with undertsnding, gentleness, and calm in an ever-changing, conflicted world.
Our fourteen-class Structured Study concludes with our Wisereatraint Foundations of the Buddha’s Dhamma Retreat. Retreat attendance is not required to join us for this study.
- Dhatu-Vibhanga Sutta – A Buddha’s Analysis of Self
- Samadhanga Sutta – Concentration, Foundation for Wise Restraint
- Abaya Sutta – Right Speech and True Compassion
- Adhipettaya Sutta – Three Governing Principles For Vipassana
- Karma Sutta – Acting To Awaken
- Saddhama Sutta – Wise Restraint and Distracting and Fabricated ‘Dharmas.”
- Girimananda Sutta – Wise Restraint Through Understanding
- Kuta Sutta – Wise Restraint: A Good Roof
- Sallatha Sutta – Two Arrows and Self-Loathing
- Culla-Saccaka Sutta – The Importance of a Fearless, Independent, Well-Informed, and Well-Focused Sangha
- Upadha Sutta – An Admirable Sangha
- Dukkha Sutta – The Personal Experience of Dukkha
- Sikkha Sutta – Three Trainings Developing Wise Restraint
- Cula-Vedalla Sutta – A Nun Teachers Her Ex The Meaning of Wise Restraint
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