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Metta

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Mett has been translated as "loving-kindness," "friendliness," "benevolence," "amity," "friendship," "good will," "kindness," "love," "sympathy," and "active interest in others." It is one of the ten p ramit s of the Therav da school of Buddhism, and the first of the four Brahmavih ras. The mett bh van ("cultivation of mett ") is a popular form of meditation in Buddhism. The object of mett meditation is loving kindness (love without Up d na, that is, attachment). Traditionally, the practice begins with the meditator cultivating loving kindness towards themselves, then their loved ones, friends, teachers, strangers, enemies, and finally towards all sentient beings. Commonly, it can be used as a greeting or closing to a letter or note. Buddhists believe that those who cultivate mett will be at ease because they see no need to harbour ill will or hostility. Buddhist teachers may even recommend meditation on mett as an antidote to insomnia and nightmares.

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Metta has been translated as "loving-kindness," "friendliness," "benevolence," "amity," "friendship," "good will," "kindness," "love," "sympathy," and "active interest in others." It is one of the ten paramitas of the Theravada school of Buddhism, and the first of the four Brahmaviharas. The metta bhavana ("cultivation of metta") is a popular form of meditation in Buddhism. The object of metta meditation is loving kindness (love without Upadana, that is, attachment). Traditionally, the practice begins with the meditator cultivating loving kindness towards themselves, then their loved ones, friends, teachers, strangers, enemies, and finally towards all sentient beings. Commonly, it can be used as a greeting or closing to a letter or note. Buddhists believe that those who cultivate metta will be at ease because they see no need to harbour ill will or hostility. Buddhist teachers may even recommend meditation on metta as an antidote to insomnia and nightmares.

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Titre: Metta
Sous-titre: Pali, Sanskrit, Paramita, Theravada, Schools of Buddhism, Brahmavihara, Buddhist meditation, Love, Upadana, Wiktionary, Enemy combatant, Sentient beings (Buddhism), Insomnia, Anger, Insular cortex
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Code EAN: 9786130229740
ISBN: 6130229747
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 184
Poids: 290g
Taille: H220mm x B150mm x T11mm
Année: 2009

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