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-====== Samadhi Sutta ====== +====== Samadhi Sutta: (Immeasurable) Concentration ​====== 
- +<span hide>Samadhi Sutta</​span>​
-Title: ​Samadhi Sutta: (Immeasurable) Concentration+
  
 Summary: <span wrap_summarypic>​[[.:​index#​an05.027.than|{{en:​img:​question_16.gif}}]]</​span> ​ The Buddha encourages the practice of the brahmavihara (sublime states of metta, karuna, mudita, and upekkha) as a basis for concentration practice, as it leads to five important realizations. Summary: <span wrap_summarypic>​[[.:​index#​an05.027.than|{{en:​img:​question_16.gif}}]]</​span> ​ The Buddha encourages the practice of the brahmavihara (sublime states of metta, karuna, mudita, and upekkha) as a basis for concentration practice, as it leads to five important realizations.
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