Last week we came to the fifth of the Five Aggregates and what did we find? That not one of
As we look at each of the Five Aggregates that constitute the ways we experience being and what we hold
The fourth Aggregate is volition. Like feeling tones and cognition, this is a mental formation, made of thoughts and emotions.
I attended a dharma talk by Rick Hanson this week about the Three Marks or Characteristics: impermanence (anicca), the universal
We have been investigating the first three of the Five Aggregates, those ways we experience life that we typically mistake
We continue to explore the Buddha’s Five Aggregates in the Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness. We have looked at material form
The Buddha is quoted in the Pali Canon as saying that to define yourself in any way is to limit