Chapter Four

statue of Buddha with sunset in backgroundIn Buddha's time, the new invention of the spoked wooden cartwheel, was causing a Cultural Revolution. Buddha saw the connections: desire is self-perpetuating, and once the wheels of desire start turning, then they turn with their own karmic momentum.

Panoramic sensing is a practical expression of the Middle Way. It is a way of using the senses, without any sensory indulgence or sensory withdrawal.

Panoramic sensing is the most natural way of being here and now, and neutralising desires.

Buddhism, Dukkha, and Repetitions
The Middle Way
Desire is Dependent on Focusing
The Third Truth

Supplementary Pages

Dukkha In Depth
A Few Minor Details about the Fourth Truth

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