application of mindfulness. It can be the cetasika sati or the object of mindfulness.
(p) . applications of mindfulness. It can mean the cetasika sati which is aware of realities or the objects of mindfulness which are classified as the four applications of mindfulness: Body, Feeling Citta, Dhamma. Or it can mean the development of direct understanding of realities through awareness.
The practice and method of developing mindfulness
satipa.t.thaana]: Foundation of mindfulness; frame of reference â€” body, feelings, mind, and mental events, viewed in and of themselves as they occur.
setting up of mindfulness
(Pali) 'The Four Foundations of Mindfulness', lit. 'Awareness of Mindfulness', are: Contemplation of the Body, Feeling, Mind-state and Mind-objects.
Satipaá¹á¹hÄna (in PÄli; Sanskrit smá¹›tyupasthÄna) refers to the broad conception of Buddhist meditation in the Theravada Buddhist tradition. It is often called the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, namely, mindfulness of the body, of thoughts or the mind, of feelings and of mental objects or qualities. These are also known as the "four frames of reference" or Satipaá¹á¹hÄna-saá¹ƒyutta.