The Four Noble Truths are the essence of Buddha's teachings, they are the truth of suffering, the truth of the cause of suffering, the truth of the end of suffering, and the truth of the path that leads to the end of suffering.
By working through the Four Noble Truths Ends suffering.
Detach From all Suffering Universal Truths
1 Truth Of Suffering (Dukkha) Suffering happens to us all rich or poor suffering is the first step, all life is impermanent.
2 Truth Of The Course Of Suffering (Samudaya) There are things in life that cause suffering clinging onto things ideals concepts attachment desire we need to Let Go
3 Truth Of The End Of Suffering (Nirodha) We can end suffering through detachment not holding anything in the body mind or emotions onto wants removing this brings joy and happiness to your life.
4 Truth Of The Of The Path Leading To The End Of Suffering (Magga) To stop suffering is our responsibility. Buddha created the Noble Eightfold Path to help with The Four Noble Truths
The right view seeing everything that relates to this world and everything in it as it really is, as we believe or want it to be
The right intent coming from the heart and seeing equality of all life and compassion for all life starting with yourself. Live selfless Non violence
The right speech is self explained do not gossip speak ill or spread rumors of anyone, speak with truth and honesty do not lie or mislead speak unkind or in anger consideration moves to towards closer to compassionate living.
The right action is to safeguard the world for future generations not to lie or treat people bad not steal or murder kill animals including insects avoid sexual misconduct not to take drugs or intoxicants.
The right livelihood this mean not livelihood that does not harm humans animals or insects not being a butcher or selling alcohol this includes no fortune telling.
The right effort needs to produce an attitude of steady positive happy determination, distance yourself from negative people and things, positive thinking followed by focused action, help people in need and animals.
The right mindfulness this is to integrate awareness into our everyday lives, concentrate only on the action you are doing then observe your thoughts being present to see things as they really are.
The right concentration free yourself with the right meditation from suffering and pain.
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