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The '''four times of breaking [[samadhi]]''' are sunrise, sunset, noon and midnight—during a [[retreat]] the recitation session shouldn't be carried out at those times, but it should be a break between sessions. The 'break between sessions' is the time when we eat and so on.
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The '''four times of breaking [[samadhi]]''' are:
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#sunrise,  
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#sunset,  
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#noon, and  
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#midnight.
  
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During a [[retreat]], one should avoid carrying out a recitation session during these four times. Instead, these four times could be opportunities to have breaks between sessions—i.e., to have a meal, perform other activities, and so on.
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[[Category: Retreat Instructions]]
 
[[Category: Enumerations]]
 
[[Category: Enumerations]]
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Latest revision as of 09:02, 16 March 2011

The four times of breaking samadhi are:

  1. sunrise,
  2. sunset,
  3. noon, and
  4. midnight.

During a retreat, one should avoid carrying out a recitation session during these four times. Instead, these four times could be opportunities to have breaks between sessions—i.e., to have a meal, perform other activities, and so on.