starter wrote:""The practice of continuously noticing the object as it becomes evident — that alone is the way of insight. I must go on with just the work of noticing." This decision is called purification by knowledge and vision of what is path and not-path." [Progress of Insight]
I can understand the importance of noticing/labeling the object, which is the practicing of mindfulness. But is it alone the way of insight? I thought clear comprehension and investigation of dhamma, in addition to mindfulness, are the way of insight.
starter wrote:Hello Matheesha,
Thanks for the helpful quotes. My biggest problem is with thoughts, which I can hardly control. I spit this thread into a new topic:
How to become more alert of the thoughts' arising?
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