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Canonical Works (17)
it is impossible that they should teach the path to that which they neither know nor see
how is the liberation of the mind by lovingkindness developed? What does it have as its destination, its culmination, its fruit, its final goal?
A spiritual practice doesn’t come with external trappings, but with sincere inner change.
I have been aware of loving-kindness,
limitless and well-developed
you can expect eleven benefits when the heart’s release by love has been cultivated, developed, and practiced, made a vehicle and a basis, kept up, consolidated, and properly implemented.
Besides being a prominent motivation for the delivery of a teaching, compassion regularly features in descriptions of meditation practice in the early discourses
A conversation about what compassion means across the Buddhist traditions.