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In his fifth talk on the Satipatthana Sutta Subhuti speaks about reflecting on vedana (feeling). A key area of exploration is the Buddha's categorisation of experience into pleasant/painful and neutral experience - and either worldly or unworldly. So we need to cultivate unworldly or spiritual vedana of all kinds, especially positive ones, this is what will give us energy to pursue the spiritual life.
|The Satipatthana Sutta - reflecting on vedana (1:09:44)|
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