The Noble Eightfold Path
The Way of Wisdom (Prajna)
Right view or Proper perspective – Right view in Buddhism is about how a Buddhist tries to have the case insight on life and tries to appreciate it, to accomplish this he must be familiar with teachings in the Buddha and follow all of them. A person who would not understand the trained existence of the world will not improvement or have the best perspective. Consequently not only is the right approach to life the Dhamma by itself, but it is not only about comprehending the Dhamma, it's also about receiving it while the basis you will ever have. Right purpose – Right intention in Buddhism is approximately how it really is one thing to study and listen to the Dhamma, but that to act on the Dhamma is another thing entirely. Right intention is all about what inspires a Buddha to follow the path, and that this intention should be that the person is looking for their particular freedom and enlightenment. Correct intention is a driving force at the rear of following and acting on the Noble eightfold path. The pattern of Morality (Sila)
Right Presentation – Right speech says that you should under no circumstances speak badly, this includes telling lies and speaking desperately about others, it says that a Buddhist should converse with someone in such a way without harming that person. It says that Buddhists must always try and talk positively regarding other people, like being kind and gentle when speaking to someone. Right Action – Correct action is all about how Buddhists have to try to follow a particular set of guidelines for the way that they live, these are; Not to destroy or perhaps harm lifestyle, Not to have what is certainly not give, Never to misuse love-making, Not to lay, Not to cloud the mind with drugs and alcohol. Proper action is mostly about the simple fact that one must not to whatever bad is obviously and should usually to great and good stuff. Right Sustenance - Right livelihood is around how a Buddhist should generate a good living and should not take up a career that would go against the Buddhist principles. It also states that Buddhists should never take up...