Dharma Talk: Delusion: Seeing Clearly and Realizing Freedom
In the Buddha’s teachings, delusion—along with greed and aversion—is one of the three main mental states that cloud the mind and lead to suffering. We explore 1) everyday forms of delusion—papanca, or mental proliferation; unskillful habits of mind and behavior; and deeply rooted conditioning that can cause great suffering; 2) ways in which delusion/ignorance underpins all unwholesome states and is at the root of suffering; and 3) skillful ways of seeing delusion and finding freedom.
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