"Not-Self" (Anatta): Not-self refers to the Buddhist teaching that there is no permanent, unchanging self or soul. It is the understanding that all things are constantly changing and that the concept of self is an illusion. Accepting the concept of not-self can help to reduce attachment and increase acceptance of the impermanence of life.
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