This list is known as The Noble Eightfold Path, which is the Buddha's practical instructions to reach the end of suffering.
Right View: The wisdom to understanding things as they are, to see something in its true nature, without name or label.
Right Intention: the intention and resolve to give up the causes of suffering, to give up ill-will, and to adopt harmlessness
Right Speech: Tell the truth. Ask yourself, is what I'm about to say kind, useful and true? If not, practice staying silent.
Right Action: The promotion of moral, honorable, and peaceful conduct.
Right Livelihood: Choosing to live by a profession which is honorable, blameless, and innocent of harm to others.
Right Effort: The energetic will to nurture good and wholesome states of mind while preventing or dismantling evil or negative states of mind from taking center stage
Right Mindfulness: Diligently paying attention to how you move, how you feel, and what you're allowing yourself to think
Right Concentration: Firmly and steadily establishing the mind's attention on the topic or object at hand
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