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Anatta and Meditation

By Kang, Chris

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Book Id: WPLBN0000705901
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Anatta and Meditation  
Author: Kang, Chris
Language: English
Subject: Religion, Buddhism, Buddhism and literature
Collections: BuddhaNet: Buddhist Information and Education Network
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Publisher: Buddhanet: Buddhist Information and Education Network


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Excerpt: This article aims to describe how the central Buddhist doctrine of anatta? or ?egolessness? relates to meditative practice and experience, through a survey of meditative teachings by medieval and contemporary meditation masters across various Buddhist traditions ? Therava?da, Zen, and Tibetan Buddhism. A personal account of how anatta? and meditation are related in the experience of the author follows. The twin approach of contemporary textual study and personal phenomenological investigation may prove to be a helpful methodology in the elucidation of this most enigmatic, and perhaps, most controversial teaching of the historical Buddha.


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