In Buddhism, smṛti is the Skt. equivalent of sati, ‘mindfulness’: it is the meditational practice which observes closely and continuously what is going on in the interior life of the practitioner, especially the four mindfulnesses, the body (kaya), sensation (vedanā), mind (citta), and the Buddha's way (dharma).
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