Fujiwara Seika

Mindfulness to break away from attachments that we

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Unformatted text preview: d in the courts of daimyo- line C han schools- fiefdom- teach • C not adopted as a state ideology- not like China were there is a test of it- but the elite in J strongly love neo- Confuc Line 7- seiza- quiteyl sitting - mediation - practice of won yong ming school= but also in payashi school - same practice as zen Buddhist - distinction ins purpose in Buddhism- goal is to stop moind from working and to get in touch with larger mindfulness to break away from attachments that we foolishly have- be able to achieve enlightenment that way- - ne con- to sit wuitely by oneself- to focus mind on problems that you might face on the days ahead- get more attached to your life- this practice is followed by scholar officials in china as well- = one of the great generals was famous to do this- to reflect on what happened- - this started with zen Buddhism which starts in china- - wong yong ming could be considered a closet Buddhist Maikai • • Preffered less rational version of C that Wong yong ming liked Rather than focus on intellect and outside world- innate goodness is in our heart in beginning All you need to do is follow your conscious Intuitive knowledge- good knowledge • • Ito ginsia • There is a general school of studies htat is called chinese studies (line 2 konaku) using the term...
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