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Enlightenment vs. Seeing the True Nature of One’s Mind
 
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Enlightenment is when all efforts made in cultivating wisdom, improving one’s character, and lessening vexations come into fruition.
 
The Difference Between Gradual Enlightenment and Sudden Enlightenment
 
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The goal of both sudden and gradual enlightenment is to understand Buddha-nature. For one who is enlightened, practice is still important.
 
Deriving Wisdom from Concentration
 
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Spiritual practice can calm the mind, which could then give rise to wisdom.
 
The Function of Meditation
 
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Through meditation, one can attain health, intelligence, and a sound character.
 
The Methods of Meditation
 
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Sitting meditation is not only a method of Chan practice but also the best way to calm the mind and achieve meditative concentration.
 
How to Achieve the State of One Mind
 
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Recitation of the Buddha’s name is a practice advocated by all schools in Chinese Buddhism. When it is practiced correctly, it will bring peace in the body and mind.
 
Individual and Group Cultivation
 
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Group cultivation enables us to enjoy steady growth in a safe environment.
 
The Three Stages of Chan Practice
 
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When you emerge from the absorbed, meditative state after realizing no-self, you see everything as before, but with a calm, undisturbed mind.
 
 
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