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following the steps. The Noble Eightfold Path is a very systematic and methodical approach to solve the problem of suffering in life, and achieving a state of wisdom, peace and Nirvana. The program first develops character and personality, then develops ethical conduct and restraint which promote concentration. Concentration and mindfulness help make the mind free from ignorance and blossom into wisdom.(Access higher knowledge) Wisdom brings a clear understanding of the truth about how things really are. This leads craving and desire to end from the mind (detachment) that brings freedom from suffering and the end of suffering brings Supreme Happiness. The Noble Eightfold Path describes the teachings as a formula which is described in simple steps and includes both physical and mental treatment for getting a end of suffering. The goal of the Noble Eightfold Path is to bring a true understanding of the Four Noble Truths and deliver their ultimate Teaching - the end of suffering. The Path develops character and personality by showing the way to live a virtuous life, develop wisdom and finally to attain the highest qualities of a human being and developed the Buddhood. This is the ultimate goal of the Eightfold Path and all eight ways of practice must be followed in order to attain it. The Path is specifically aimed at developing behavior, mind and knowledge and the eight steps are divided into those three ways of practice that is Good Conduct, Mental Development and Wisdom. The way to the end of suffering is to choose middle path by balancing the luxury and hardship, utilizing the minimum requirements to have the livelihood. It is the Noble Eightfold Path that helps to realize happiness by understanding the Right Speech, Right Action, Right Livelihood, Right Effort, Right Mindfulness, Right Concentration, Right Attitude and Right View. It is the Noble Eightfold Path that helps to realize happiness by understanding the Right Speech, Right Action, Right

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