Feelings

Group of five omnipresent mental factors

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Part of a series of teachings given at Dharma Friendship Foundation in Seattle from January 1995 to April 1996.

  • How the primary mind and the mental factors are related, depend on the same sense organs
  • Feeling, one of the five omnipresent mental factors
  • An experiment to show how to separate feeling from sensation, get in touch with basic experience
  • Value of focusing on sensations instead of the feelings arising with them
  • Developing an awareness of the difference between direct perception and conceptual perception

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