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Meditation AND Buddhist Question: “What are the Four Kinds of Clear Comprehension ?” And please explain…..

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What are the Four Objects of Meditation and explain them please ?

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The ultimate goal of meditation in Buddhism is to prepare your mind to capture the signal of Niroda sanya (the signal of neither Perception nor Non-Perception) which puts you on to the great Arahath Ship.

Arahathship can be obtained in Rupa Jhana and Arupa Jhana by placing your mind with Niroda sanya

Rupa Jhana

First Jhāna
Second Jhāna
Third Jhāna
Fourth Jhāna

Arupa Jhana

Akasanancayatana
Vinnanancayatana
Akincannayatana

Not in nevasanna-nasannayatana stage because you have developed your Samadhi state to an extent that your mind cannot capture the Sanya (signal)

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The four objects or frames of reference are 1.The Body 2.Feelings 3.The Mind 4.Mental Qualities These are used as frames of reference for Mindfulness meditation for the purpose of discerning their true nature and the nature of the self. The body is examined from either an internal or external reference as and of itself. Its beuty and strength ignored, yet its movements and postures and inevitable decay are focussed upon. Feelings are examined as and of themselves, that they exist, originating and passing away, good, bad and neither good nor bad, they just are. The mind is examined as and… Read more »

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Samadhi, these questions have answers that take more space to write about in here. You’d be better served in finding books on the topics, since whole books have been written on it… or a website that pleases you. Have you checked out the FPMT sites and Lama Yeshe’s Wisdom archives? You might find it all to your liking.

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Julian
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There’s only one object of meditation, which is really not an object at all: pure light.

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mr. penguin

Earth

Wind

Fire

Water