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Question 1: In the throat singing so widely prevalent in the Buddhist monasteries of Tibet and ________[20] the long slow outbreath during chanting is the core of the practice.

Question 2: For example, in the Buddhist meditation practices of Tibet, ________ and Japanese Zen meditation, control of the breathing is an important element.

Question 3: (See ________.) Anapanasati is not however the only breathing-based type of Buddhist meditation.
Jnana yogaSamadhiPranayamaYoga

Question 4: [2] Traditionally, anapanasati is used as a basis for practicing meditative concentration (samadhi) until it reached the state of full absorption (________).
DhyānaNoble Eightfold PathKammaṭṭhānaJhāna

Question 5: Ānāpānasati (________; Sanskrit: ānāpānasmṛti), meaning 'mindfulness of breathing' ("sati" means mindfulness; "ānāpāna" refers to inhalation and exhalation), is a fundamental form of meditation taught by the Buddha.
PaliGautama BuddhaAshoka the GreatBuddhism

Question 6: Anapanasati is a core meditation practice in Buddhism, especially in the ________ school, and is largely centered around attention to the unregulated breath, rather than controlling the breathing.
TheravadaPāli CanonEarly Buddhist schoolsThird Buddhist council

Question 7: Ānāpānasati, a free e-book by ________
Thich Nhat HanhHenepola GunaratanaAjahn ChahBuddhadasa

Question 8: Ānāpānasati – Mindfulness with Breathing: Unveiling the Secrets of Life by ________
Ajahn ChahThich Nhat HanhBuddhadasaHenepola Gunaratana

Question 9: [3] In the Zen tradition, anapanasati is practiced with zazen or shikantaza (in the ________ tradition).
SōtōPure Land BuddhismŌbakuDōgen

Question 10: Buddhist discourses: ________, Satipatthana Sutta
SkandhaAnapanasati SuttaDhammapadaBuddhism


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