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    Commit to Sit: Aversion Paid Member

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    Commit to Sit: Sense Doors Paid Member

    According to classical Buddhist teachings, we experience the world through six "sense doors," or perceptual gateways. They are: » seeing » hearing » smelling » tasting » touching » mind The door of mind refers to our thoughts, emotions, and mental images. The Buddha taught that these six modes of perception define the totality of our experience - in other words, every moment of our lives involves experiences that are known by way of one of these sense doors. Further, the Buddha said that… More »
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    Commit to Sit: Into the World Paid Member

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    Commit to Sit: Eating Paid Member

    Guided Meditation: Eating Eating is a common daily activity that provides a very good opportunity for us to practice bare attention, free from the many concepts that may arise around it. Typically, the mind is quite heavily conditioned in various ways around food. Our conditioning may include desire, greed, fear, or anxiety -- perhaps even revulsion. So it’s very helpful to learn how to be with this essential aspect of our lives simply and directly, free of the conditioning or habituated concepts that may cause us suffering. More »
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    Welcome to Tricycle’s Commit to Sit online resource guide. Here you will find additional resources for readers taking the 28-day meditation challenge offered in our Spring 2007 issue. Take this 28-day meditation challenge and go on retreat without leaving home. More »
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