|The Buddha teaches "hearers" (savakas) the way to enlightenment (Dnl75/flickr.com)|
- delusion [confusion],
- the contracted [Note 13],
- the distracted [restless] state ,
- the developed state ,
- the undeveloped state ,
- the state with some other mental state superior to it ,
- the state with none higher ,
- the concentrated state,
- the freed state .
|Meditation in the field,monastics and woman with umbrella, Plum Village (Quest4pce/flickr)|
|The Buddha's meditation mudra or hand pose (RunnyInHongKong/flickr)|
3. The Six Internal and External Sense Bases
|The Buddha teaches more and more "hearers" (Dnl75/flickr.com)|
4. The Seven Factors of Enlightenment
One knows when the enlightenment-factor of concentration is present, is absent, how its arising comes to be, and how its perfection in development comes to be.
5. The Four Noble Truths
|Fourth noble truth: Path (buddhaweekly.com)|
O, let alone half a month!
|The Path (BBC.co.uk/religion)|