The Discourse of Girimananda

The Discourse of Girimananda is a section from the Anguttara Nikaya part of the the Pali Canon. It addresses the monk Girimananda and explains 10 different types of meditation practice, the  Dasa Sagna- Ten perceptive observations. These instructions are important since they are are spoken directly from the Buddha. The ten practices in headlines are:

the perception of impermanence

the perception of non-self

the perception of the unattractive

the perception of danger

the perception of giving up

the perception of dispassion

the perception of cessation

the perception of non-delight in the whole world

the perception of impermanence in all processes

mindfulness while breathing

The Discourse of Girimananda
The Discourse of Girimananda addresses the monk Girimananda and explains 10 different types of meditation practice, the Dasa Sagna- Ten perceptive observations.
Written by: The Buddha Bhikku
Published by: Anandajoti
Edition: Rrevised edition, October, 2008
Available in: Ebook

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The Discourse of Girimananda