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- Summarize the fourth foundation of mindfulness: mindfulness of dhamma, or the categories of our experiences, such as the six sense spheres, the seven factors of awakening, and The Four Noble Truths.
- Discuss the process by which suffering arises in our minds and lives—and the possibilities for each of us to experience freedom here and now.
- Discuss the steps of the Noble Eight-Fold Path as outlined by the Buddha.
- Summarize the teachings from the Satipatthana Sutta on the mindfulness of dhamma, as taught by the Buddha, illuminated by Joseph Goldstein through poetry, practical exercises, teaching stories, and precise guidance for practice leading to liberation.
The Final Volume in Joseph Goldstein’s Satipatthana Sutta Series
In the words of the Buddha, the four foundations of mindfulness (the four satipatthanas) are “the direct path for the purification of beings, for the surmounting of sorrow and lamentation, for the disappearance of dukkha (suffering) and discontent, for acquiring the true method, for the realization of Nibbana.” Within the quintessential discourse called the Satipatthana Sutta, we find the Buddha’s seminal teachings on the practice of meditation.
On Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3: On Dhamma, esteemed teacher and author Joseph Goldstein presents the culmination of his landmark series with a 16-CD audio curriculum that reveals the deeper insights of this vital sutta—and how it serves to pragmatically inform and guide your own daily practice.
The Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness and the “Categories of Phenomena”
The fourth foundation of mindfulness instructs us in mindfulness of dhamma, or the “categories of phenomena” that we experience. Having looked at the first two of these traditional categories (the hindrances and the aggregates) in Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 2, Goldstein now takes us into the three remaining categories known as the six sense-spheres, the seven factors of awakening, and the Four Noble Truths.
In nearly 18 hours of in-depth teaching, he guides us in discovering with exactitude and precision the process by which suffering arises in our minds and lives—and the possibilities for each of us to experience freedom here and now.
After four decades studying and practicing the Sattipatthana Sutta, Joseph Goldstein concludes that the seeds of all the Buddha’s teachings are contained with this revered text. Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3 brings us an unprecedented audio series for anyone walking the Buddha’s path to happiness and fulfillment. Includes study guide with glossary.
- The Buddha’s teaching on dependent origination
- Freeing ourselves from mental fetters
- The four hallucinations and the re-training of our perception
- Opening to the wisdom that discerns truth
- Effort vs. relaxation on the path to awakening
- Realizing the end of craving
- The four aspects of mindfulness
- The stages and practice of equanimity
- Developing a wiser relationship to the world
- Eighteen hours of in-depth instruction with Joseph Goldstein, including poetry, teaching stories, practical exercises, and much more
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Abiding in Mindfulness Review by CMc
Joseph Goldstein is a brilliant speaker and these dharma talks are hugely beneficial and easy to digest. I continue to revisit these talks.
One improvement I would suggest to Sounds True is to include a chapter guide in the description. (Posted on January 10, 2017)
Review for Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3 Review by Don J
there is so much content in joseph Goldstein's abiding in mindfulness....I will be listening to these talks again and again...his preparation for his discourse is amazing....thank you (Posted on August 5, 2014)
Review for Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3 Review by Betty T
Great teaching. He speaks slowly and provides crystal clear explanations. Thanks (Posted on April 1, 2014)
Review for Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3 Review by Linda S
This is an excellent teaching on the Satipatthana Sutta, and hear something new with each listen. Had recently purchased the book by Analayo, "Satipatthana, The Direct Path To Realization", which is a companion study for these teachings. Many thanks to Joseph for his wise words. (Posted on October 1, 2013)
Review for Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3 Review by Stanley L. Rose
Would be 5 starts but, since we listen over and over, the personal stories get boring (like many other live recordings of workshops, etc.). If a CD/Download version could edit out some of those stories it would be ideal. (Posted on May 29, 2012)
Review for Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3 Review by marie babbitt
I have not listend to the cd's yet I am still listening the set before this. If this set is as helpful as the 1st two sets I will most grateful. (Posted on March 22, 2012)
Review for Abiding in Mindfulness Volume 3 Review by James Jackson
Beautiful conclusion to Mr. Goldstein's three part series on the Satipatthana Sutta. This trilogy is the standard by which future works will be judged. Thanks to Ven. Analayo for his masterful interpretation of the sutta, to Mr. Goldstein for his making it accessible, clear and relavant, and to you Sounds True for producing this masterpiece. (Posted on January 18, 2012)
|Contents||Audio download (19 hours, 38 minutes)|
|Filetypes||M4A, M4B, MP3, PDF, ZIP|
|Date Published||May 01, 2011|
|Contents||19.5 CE Credits|
|Date Published||May 01, 2011|