Chapter Four
BUDDHISM AND WHEELS

Chapter 4 was the starting point of these essays. This is the train of thought which led me to experimenting with the panorama senses. It is unorthodox Buddhism, and will be generally unacceptable to traditional Buddhists. As there was so much to say directly about panoramic sensing, it would have been a shame to start the reader on debatable philosophical ideas.

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Buddhism, Wheels, and Repetitions (short version)
The Connections Between The Middle Way and The Third Truth (short version)

Buddhism, Wheels, and Repetitions (long version)
The Connections Between The Middle Way and the Third Truth (long version)

Desire is Dependent on Focusing

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Further Discussion and Appendices

Dukkha In Depth

Historical and practical development of the wheel
a. History of Rotary Motion
b. Development of The Wheel
Development of the Meaning of Dukkha
c. Development of the meanings of Dukkha + Sukkha
d. Suffering : A discussion of The First Truth
References
e. Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutra

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