Christine Forsyth <cforsyth1@...>
Well, you could be right - I'm a little out of practice - haven't
been around much lately :-)
Though I see sanna is listed in the Useful Posts as memory,
perception .. and sati as awareness
A quick look brings up this post from Htoo and from Nina on sati:
and a couple of dictionary definitions:
memory : (f.) sati. (nt.) anussaraṇa || right memory: (f.) sammāsati.
perception : (f.) saññā. (nt.) vijānana.
So ... still confused about similarities and differences.
Hope you are getting the rain? - drizzling down here at the moment,
and I'm wishing I'd cleaned the leaves out of the gutters. Tanks
need the water.
--- In dhammastudygroup@..., "Egbert" <hhofman@b...>
Which iswhich receives almost no attention in the entire tipitaka.
entirevery curious, considering how it is our entire existence.Hello Herman,
perception.tipitaka ... or the rough equivalence between memory and sanna
happyI believe there to be plenty about Sati in the Tipitaka.==
to be wrong about this. I agree there is heaps in the Tipitakaabout
sati. Do you remember the Buddha :-)