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During walking meditation it happens automatically,without any initiation.understanding of dependent origin lead to fear of sansara. Is it the doer of the mind cause upadana?

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During walking meditation it happens automatically,without any initiation

There is an intention (Cetana) behind every movement in the walking meditation. If you look carefully it can be seen. There's e.g. an intention to lift the foot, move it, lower it, place it, etc. With practice one will begin to see intentions everywhere such as the intention to swallow, to blink, even behind a thought, there's an intention to think.

With consistent practice this part of reality will reveal itself.

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Buddha did not talk about a doer. What he said was "Thanha pccaya Upadana" (craving is the cause for clinging)

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  • What is than a? – Buddhika Kitsiri Nov 3 '20 at 3:52
  • Thanha = craving – SarathW Nov 3 '20 at 7:34
  • tanha = craving. this forum is english language or, for Pali, Roman script. Make an effort to not confuse others by practising metta for readers – Dhammadhatu Nov 4 '20 at 6:32
  • Experience there is a mind that operating very speed and not worth.what is that? – Buddhika Kitsiri Nov 4 '20 at 15:05
  • Are you familiar with the seventeen though moments? – SarathW Nov 9 '20 at 6:22

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