Intuition and the Creation of a Better World

Sumedho, Ajhan

The Buddhist practice is to abide in a pure mindfulness in which there is what we call insight knowing, or direct knowledge. It is a knowledge that isn't based on perception, an idea, a position, or a doctrine, and this knowledge can only be possible through mindfulness. What we mean by mindfulness is the ability to not attach to any object, either in the material realm or the mental realm. When there is no attachment, the mind is in its pure state of awareness, intelligence and clarity. That is mindfulness. The mind is pure and receptive, sensitive to the existing conditions ....

Ajahn Sumedho, The Mind and the Way: Buddhist Reflections on Life, p.9

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