Sein wrote:As I understand, perception is the ability to recognize things, meaning attach definition (emotion, events, thought, etc...) to that thing.
But memory is also attach definition to stuff.
What is the different between perception (in Buddhism) and memory ?
Mindfulness Defined by Ven. Thanissaro Bhikkhu wrote:What does it mean to be mindful of the breath? Something very simple: to keep the breath in mind. Keep remembering the breath each time you breathe in, each time you breathe out. The British scholar who coined the term “mindfulness” to translate the Pali word sati was probably influenced by the Anglican prayer to be ever mindful of the needs of others—in other words, to always keep their needs in mind. But even though the word “mindful” was probably drawn from a Christian context, the Buddha himself defined sati as the ability to remember, illustrating its function in meditation practice with the four satipatthanas, or establishings of mindfulness.
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