Mudita one of the five kinds of Bhawna or meditation in which the Buddhist priests are required to engage. The mudita is the meditation of joy, but it is not the joy arising from earthly possessions. It feels indifferent to individuals, and refers to all sentient beings. In the exercise of this mode of meditation the priest must express the wish, "May the good fortune of the prosperous never pass away; may each one receive his own appointed reward."

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