In Buddhism, nirodha, "cessation," "extinction," or "suppression," refers to the cessation or renouncing of craving and desire (Samudaya). It is the third of the Four Noble Truths, stating that dukkha ceases when craving and desire are renounced.
- Anorectic – Drug which reduces appetite
- Apatheia – Stoic concept of equanimity or dispassion
- Ataraxia – Equanimity, tranquility, imperturbability
- Experiential avoidance – Attempts to avoid internal experiences
- Expressive suppression – Willful curtailing of emotional visage
- Repression (psychology) – Removing desires from consciousness
- Thought suppression – Conscious effort to discontinue a thought
- Buswell & Lopez 2013.
- Thubten Chodron. Articles & Transcripts of Teachings on Lamrim: The Gradual Path to Enlightenment. Dharma Friendship Foundation. (The Twelve Links, part 2 of 5)
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