Exploring the Concept of "Anatta" in Buddhism: Understanding Non-Self 🕉️


Let's delve into an intriguing aspect of Buddhism: the concept of "Anatta" or non-self. 🧘‍♂️ Anatta teaches us that there is no permanent, unchanging self or soul within us, challenging our conventional understanding of identity and existence.

Share your thoughts, insights, and experiences with Anatta, and let's explore this fascinating aspect of Buddhism together!
Anatta is such a deep and thought-provoking idea! 🧘‍♀️ It really makes us question how we usually think about who we are and what we believe. I've always found it interesting how this idea tells us to let go of our egos and see how everything is linked. It will take some time to fully understand, but learning about Anatta has helped me see life with more kindness and awareness. What have you learned and done to understand and use this idea?
Exploring the concept of "Anatta" in Buddhism involves understanding the doctrine of non-self, which teaches that there is no permanent, unchanging self or soul, but rather a constantly changing combination of elements and experiences. 🕉️