Neuroscience & Meditation - Dr. Ulrich Ott (german)

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Neuroscience & Meditation - Dr. Ulrich Ott (german)

Postby Sokehi » Tue Mar 18, 2014 7:15 pm

as mentioned aboth, sadly only available in german
http://youtu.be/u4Eyo9KsC8w

haven't seen it yet, but was recommended by the Theravada-Newsletter in Germany (by theravadanetz.de)

PDF: http://www.achtsamkeitszentrum.de/uploa ... r-Wien.pdf
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What does womanhood matter at all, when the mind is concentrated well, when knowledge flows on steadily as one sees correctly into Dhamma. One to whom it might occur, ‘I am a woman’ or ‘I am a man’ or ‘I’m anything at all’ is fit for Mara to address. – SN 5.2

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Re: Neuroscience & Meditation - Dr. Ulrich Ott (german)

Postby binocular » Tue Mar 18, 2014 7:43 pm

Interesting choice of German word for "mindfulness" - "Achtsamkeit." That's closer to "heedfulness."

From pg. 16:

Tiefe der Meditation & Forschung

1. Hindernisse
● Unruhe, Langeweile, Motivations-/Konzentrationsprobleme

2. Entspannung
● Wohlbefinden, ruhige Atmung, wachsende Geduld, Ruhe

3. Konzentration (& Regulation von Emotionen)
● Achtsamkeit, kein Anhaften an Gedanken, innere Mitte, Energiefeld, Leichtigkeit, Einsichten, Gleichmut, Frieden

4. Essentielle Qualitäten
● Klarheit, Wachheit, Liebe, Hingabe, Verbundenheit, Demut, Gnade, Dankbarkeit, Selbstakzeptanz

5. Nicht-Dualität
● Gedankenstille, Einssein, Leerheit, Grenzenlosigkeit, Transzendenz von Subjekt und Objekt


It's not clear what these underlined ones have to do with Buddhism ...
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Re: Neuroscience & Meditation - Dr. Ulrich Ott (german)

Postby Sokehi » Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:26 pm

"Achtsamkeit" is the most common agreed upon term in german for mindfulness in basically all traditions.
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What does womanhood matter at all, when the mind is concentrated well, when knowledge flows on steadily as one sees correctly into Dhamma. One to whom it might occur, ‘I am a woman’ or ‘I am a man’ or ‘I’m anything at all’ is fit for Mara to address. – SN 5.2

If they take what's yours, tell yourself that you're making it a gift.
Otherwise there will be no end to the animosity. - Ajahn Fuang Jotiko

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