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why meditation is a central practice of Buddism
Buddhists pursue meditation as part of the path towards enlightement and nirvana.The closest words for meditation in the classical languages of Buddhism are bhavana and dyana .
Buddhist meditation techniques have become increasingly popular in the
wider world, with many non-Buddhists taking them up for a Buddhist meditation encompasses a variety of meditation techniques that aim to develop mindfulness, concentration , tranquility and insight Given the large number and diversity of traditional Buddhist meditation practices .
meditation methods for the purpose of developing samādhi and prjana with the goal of ultimately attaining enlightenment.
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Comparing Buddhist and non-Buddhist brings out the reasons why they don't meditate is because Bu ddhists don't pray ,however being non Buddhist mean that u don't belong to a certain community or group of individuals who follow the same parth taught by Buddhas,Members of Buddhism are joined by refuge in Bddha(teaching) and the Sanga (comminity disciples)
WHY A NON BUDDHIST MAY CHOOSE TO PRACTICE BUDDHISM
Buddhism encompasses general virtues applicable to both Non-Buddhists and Buddhist because meditation has Three purposes ,
Training the mind
Freeing the mind and knowing the mind.
Buddhism is a non-theistic religion it can be equally be called philosophy there is no god to believe in
Meditation can be practiced by non Buddhist because it doesn't create conflict between other religions because the don't try to occupy spirituals spots in a person.
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