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The Four Immeasurables - What are they? - Ashoka - Centro di consapevolezza

The Four Immeasurables - What are they?

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The Four Immeasurables in Buddhism, which are Loving-kindness (Metta), Compassion (Karuna), Sympathetic Joy (Mudita), and Equanimity (Upekkha). These virtues serve as guiding principles for practitioners aiming to transcend egocentrism and cultivate a compassionate and harmonious way of being. Metta involves cultivating boundless love for oneself and others, Karuna is the empathetic response to suffering, Mudita is the ability to experience joy in response to others' well-being, and Upekkha represents maintaining balance in the face of life's ups and downs. The virtues are interconnected and mutually reinforcing, creating a holistic framework for ethical conduct, emotional well-being, and spiritual development. Embracing these principles offers a transformative path toward a more compassionate and harmonious existence.

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