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Ajahn Chah - La pratique qui mène à la paix

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Le vénérable Ajahn Chah nous délivre ici les trois pratiques principales qui permettent à l'esprit d’accéder à la paix: la vertu morale (sila), la concentration méditative (samadhi) et la sagesse (panna).

Bibliographie: Enseignements d'Ajahn Chah traduits par Jeanne Schut (http://www.dhammadelaforet.org/sommaire/ac/la_pratique_qui_mene_a_la_paix.html)

Narration et réalisation: Bruno Léger

  • bouddhisme
  • théravada
  • ajahn chah
  • pratique
  • paix
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