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Wt do u mean by madhyam marg of buddha ?

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Asked by sanjeev bansal, 22 Apr '12 08:08 pm
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Be normal person always...be flexible always...
Answered by vijay, 22 Apr '12 08:13 pm

 
  
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"The Noble Eightfold Path,also called Middle Path because Buddha taught the avoidance of two extremes of self-mortification as well as self-indulgence. He maintained that neither extreme lead to the end of suffering and enlightenment. Only the avoidance of extremes or the Middle Path led to knowledge, vision, tranquility and nirvana.
The eight steps of Middle Path are:
Right view (samyak drishti): It enjoins one to get rid of all superstitions, views, notions, etc that are forced onto oneself, and instead being reasonable, open and flexible.
Right mental resolve (samyak sankalp): With right view, one moves on to acquire right mental resolve, which comprehensively involves ones body, feelings, thoughts, and mind-objects.
Right speech (samyak vachan): Right speech is important since every action is preceded by speech. Words free from lies, anger, abuse, calumny, frivolity and slander are the right speech that is followed by right resolve.
Right action (samyak karma): Abstinence from ...more
Source: http://indiaphilosophy.wordpress.com/tag/noble-path/
Answered by Somebodysomewhere, 22 Apr '12 08:13 pm

 
  
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