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The
Noble
Eightfold
Path.
Is often
symbolised by
the
“Dharmachakra”;
the “Wheel of
the Law”.
Right View
Right View means that
you must begin your
journey towards
enlightenment in the
right frame of mind; you
must agree with the
teachings of the Three
Marks of Life & the Four
Noble Truths.
Prajna
Right
Intention
Right intention means
that you must follow
the dharma for the right
reasons;
To free yourself.
Out of love and
compassion for all
beings.
Prajna
Right Speech
Right speech means that you
must avoid speaking harm,
telling lies, or gossiping, and
practice being truthful &
promoting harmony.
You must also value silence
Sila
Right Action
Right action means that you
must behave well. Do not;
Destroy life, steal, misuse sex,
over-indulge the senses, lie,
or cloud the mind with
alcohol or drugs.
(The five precepts)
Sila
Right
Livelihood
Right livelihood means that
you must earn your living in
a way that does not involve
going against Buddhist
principles. Work should be
of benefit to all, and not
harm others!


Sila
Right Effort
Right effort means that you
must make a constant,
positive effort to think and
act in a positive and good
way.
This is very difficult &
requires constant effort!
Samadhi
Right
Mindfulness
Right mindfulness means
that you must be really
aware of the world around
you all the time; do not be
distracted, concentrate on
the way things are. Live in
the moment!
Samadhi
Right
Concentration
Right concentration means
the regular practice of
meditation. This will enable
you to calm the mind,
develop loving kindness, and
gain insight into the way
that things really are!
Samadhi