Right Concentration in Buddhism – The Eighth Spoke

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Right Concentration in Buddhism – The Eighth Spoke of the Wheel The last principle of the Eight-fold Path is called Right Concentration or Samma Samadhi in the ancient Pali language and it refers to the practice of concentration, and is sometimes called “Right Meditation” by focusing on something, such as the breath. Defining Right Concentration Right Concentration in Buddhism means focusing all of your mental faculties onto one physical or mental object and practicing the Four Absorptions/Meditations otherwise known as the Four Dhyanas/Jhanas.  Chan and Zen Buddhism emphasize this step of the Eight-fold path. Chan and is the Chinese form … Continue reading