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  1. Gagar says:
    Anicca, (Pali: “impermanence”) in Buddhism, the doctrine of impermanence. Anicca, anatta (the absence of an abiding self), and dukkha (“suffering”) together make up the ti-lakkhana, the three “marks” or basic characteristics of all phenomenal existence. That the human body is subject to change is.
  2. Mazubei says:
    Mar 21,  · Impermanence is an important principle in the Buddha’s teachings, and one that can lead to a great deal of freedom once it is seen clearly. Like the other Marks of Existence, impermanence is not something we need to create or conjure. Rather, it is a .
  3. Brajin says:
    The obsession of impermanence has often been sublimated into great mystic poetry. Their vitality is not impaired by the impermanence of their texts. Thus the most obvious attribute of the cosmos is its impermanence. Oh, but I am puzzled by the impermanence and .
  4. Gakasa says:
    Impermanence, in the Buddhist view, comprises the totality of conditioned existence, ranging in scale from the cosmic to the microscopic. At the far end of the spectrum the Buddha’s vision reveals a universe of immense dimensions evolving and disintegrating in repetitive cycles throughout beginning-less time.
  5. Tausar says:
    Impermanence is not a uniquely Buddhist insight. Many religions grapple with impermanence and suffering. Some spiritual traditions equate the world of impermanence with suffering. For these, the solution to suffering is to transcend the world of impermanence.
  6. Gogor says:
    Impermanence a concept fundamental to Buddhist philosophy that asserts that all existence is temporary. Some schools of Hinduism and Jainism also believe in impermanence, but the concept is slightly different. Buddhists believe that all physical and mental existence is not permanent.
  7. Nikor says:
    The idea that perceiving impermanence is the key to happinessalso doesn't make much sense. It's not something that can be understood by intellect alone. However, the Fourth Noble Truthis that through the practice of the Eightfold Pathwe may realize and experiencethe truth of impermanence and be free of the pernicious effects of the three poisons.
  8. Dahn says:
    impermanence; impermanency. Hypernyms ("impermanence" is a kind of): duration; length (continuance in time) Hyponyms (each of the following is a kind of "impermanence"): temporariness (the property of lasting only a short time) transience; transiency; transitoriness (an impermanence that suggests the inevitability of ending or dying).

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