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Vedana

In general, vedanā refers to the pleasant, unpleasant and neutral sensations .. there arises what is felt either as pleasure, pain, or neither pleasure nor pain.

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Contemplation of Feeling (Vedanā-Saṃyutta)
Contemplation of Feeling. The Discourse-Grouping on the Feelings. (Vedanā- Saṃyutta).
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L. Vedana, P. Baiardi*, M.
AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF VEDANĀ IN THE PRACTICE OF
the practice of satipaööhāna, a clear definition of the term vedanā in the.
aviation 2.jpg - Vedana Lagoon
Bilrc tronh rrii'én quéyén ls-inn. Vedana Lagoon Resort S1 Spa. Zone 1, Phu Loc town, Phu Loc district, Hue.
Veda nfi Lagoon - Vedana Lagoon
nestled on the shore of a peaceful and serene lagoon.

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MORAL CODES
In the Buddhist philosophy, tanha or desire is the chief constituent of existence originating from vedana or pain.
Žáci Baníku Sokolov s Mostem: prohra a výhra
Branky Baníku: Vedana 3, Horváth 2, Kalán 2, Herda, Tusinovschi, Hraško. Diváci: 150.
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Musikken knitrer, drypper, bobler og fosser i Zavolokas udforskning af vandets element på Vedana, som skaber et magisk forvandlingsrum om lytteren.
Girolamo Segato, il pietrificatore di cadaveri
Girolamo Segato nacque da Benedetto e Giustina Lante nell'ex Certosa di Vedana (presso San Gottardo di Sospirolo), dove la famiglia conduceva un'azienda agricola per conto dei patrizi Erizzo.
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Vedanā - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Vedanā is a word in Sanskrit and Pāli traditionally translated as either "feeling" or "sensation.
vedana.net - Eric Case
Feb 20, 2011 vedana.net. "Not only is the end not in sight, the pace is not slackening.
The Buddha, Vipassana, J.Krishnamurti: Vedana in Satipatthana
In all references to vedana in the Satipatthana Sutta the Buddha speaks of sukha vedana, dukkha vedana, i.e.
VEDANA - Buddha Mind
Feeling is the common translation but we should first make clear the distinction between vedana and emotion. Usually when we ask: "how are you feeling?
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