"Internal and External" (Aijhatta-Bahiddha): Internal and external refer to the distinction between things that happen within the mind and things that happen outside the mind. In Buddhism, it is understood that internal states such as thoughts, emotions, and intentions shape our experience of the external world and can lead to suffering. Understanding the distinction between internal and external can help to reduce attachment and increase acceptance of the impermanence of life.
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