Guide to Paper #2
Guide to Paper #2 THEO-368
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Marjolijn on Friday March 25, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to THEO-368 at Xavier University taught by Karen Enriquez in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see Buddhism in Religious Studies at Xavier University.
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Date Created: 03/25/16
Guide to Paper #2 Review the document on Canvas that professor Enriquez posted well. As you can see you have to pick 1 out of 3 meditations to do for 5 days. Make sure you only pick 1 of the 3 tho. For every meditation you will have to write 1/2-1 page single spaced reﬂection. When you complete this you will have 2.5-5 pages single spaced worth of journal entries (reﬂections on your meditations). In addition to this you will have to write 1 page single spaced on your feelings. How did this meditation affect you and your daily life, did you like it or not, did you get any insights, etc. Make sure to explain everything well! With every point you write down, ask the why! Next you will have to write 1-2 page single spaced on how these days impacted your understanding of mindfulness and Buddhism. The professor asks to engage the readings in this. Quote some passaged from the texts assigned earlier. These can be found on Canvas as well under modules. Talk for example about the three poisons and three trainings, or engage the 12 precepts, anything from the teachings and doctrines we have worked with in class will do. Make sure to quote actual passages from the readings or TNH’s book. I calculated it for you: you will need between 4.5 and 8 pages single spaced for this. Both journals and reﬂections have to be handed in on paper and on Canvas the 31st of March. You will need between 2200 and 3600 words Some tips: - Start this on time! It is quite some reﬂection you can’t bullshit your way through. - Do the actual meditations. It will help reﬂect on how you feel! - When doing the meditation, start with writing how you feel before you start. This will sage you some words later on. - Write your experiences after immediately down, so you don’t have to dig in deep into your memory. - Write anything unusual down. This will give you more room for reﬂection. Good luck!!
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