Heart of the Teaching
Getting to the heart of the Buddha's teaching.
Integrate Ways of Knowing
The integration of conceptual and experiential ways of knowing.
Teaching into Practice
Learning to put the teachings into practice.
Part III: Deepening Wisdom
Learning how to meditate—and how to distinguish between your helpful and unhelpful habits—is a valuable, life-altering process. But in classical Buddhist study, these practices are the precursors to the most important aspect of the path: the development of wisdom. When wisdom is present and strong, a durable sense of well-being can flourish.
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