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A Mind Without Craving is a deep dive into the principles and practices of early Buddhist meditation. It offers a collection of instruction and dialogue sessions transcribed from a ten-day meditation retreat led by Delson Armstrong. It is a practical guide to understand the Buddha’s Noble Eightfold Path for the attainment of awakening and the experience of Nibbāna (Nirvāna).
A selection of discourses by the Buddha is presented with detailed commentary about its meaning and purpose. Each provides practical application for daily life and in meditation practice to support the progress of insight. Instruction in loving-kindness meditation is laid out with detailed methodology for all levels of meditative experience. A Mind Without Craving explores consciousness, karma, rebirth, and the liberated mind along with explanations about behavioral reprogramming, intention, and free will. It includes descriptions of Jhāna states (sublime realities) as a means to understand the true nature of reality.
A Mind Without Craving is an ideal compendium for self-guided meditation. It offers explicit instruction of a course in tranquil wisdom insight meditation with detailed answers to a broad range of frequently asked questions. Supplemental links to online videos complement the text to further elucidate meaning. Taken together, the book and videos provide clarity and guidance for beginners and a master class to accelerate progress for experienced meditators.
*Updated Oct 2022