Buddhism and The Dharma: Right Mindfulness — Great Middle Way

The term translated into English as “mindfulness” originates in the Sanskrit term smrti and its Pali counterpart sati, which literally means “that which is remembered”. The primary connotation of the Sanskrit term smrti is “recollection”. Thus, mindfulness implies “remembering to be aware of something or to do something at a designated time”. Five Components of […]

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