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1. Thus have I heard. On one occasion the Blessed One was living at Sāvatthī in the Eastern Park, in the Palace of Migāra’s Mother. Then the brahmin Gaṇaka Moggallāna went to the Blessed One and exchanged ...
Friday, 04 December 2009
1. Thus have I heard. On one occasion the Blessed One was living in the Kuru country where there was a town of the Kurus named Kammāsadhamma. There the Blessed One addressed the bhikkhus thus: “Bhikkhus.” ...
Friday, 04 December 2009
An excellent book on the Buddha's teachings and detailed information on Vipassana meditation. In This Very Life The Liberation Teachings of the ...
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
... he will achieve that state and if the practice of vipassana meditation is proceeded with in the same manner so as to realize the higher state of magga-phala, he will attain Nibbana with the insight of ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
5. What is Threefold Training
(Practice/The Threefold Training)
(BY MAHASI SAYADAW) On coming across the Teaching of the Buddha, it is most important for everyone to cultivate the virtues of moral conduct (sīla), concentration (samādhi), and wisdom (paññā). One should ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
6. What is the Triple Gem?
(Practice/The Triple Refugee)
...  1 Sukha-vipassako: those who develop just enough tranquillity and discernment to act as a basis for advancing to liberating insight and who thus attain nibbana having mastered only asavakkhaya-?ana, ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
7. The Burden of the Five Aggregates
(Teachings/The Five Aggregates)
Bhara Sutta The Burden of the Five Aggregates BY MAHASI SAYADAW TRANSLATED BY MIN SWE SECRETARY Buddha Sasana Nuggaha Organization October, 1980 EDITED BY YI-LEI WU WEBMASTER ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
8. What is Nibbana
BY BHIKKHU PESALA Preface Nibbāna is extremely subtle and hard to describe. It is not a place like heaven or paradise. The Arahants and Buddhas do not "enter" nibbāna when they die. Nibbāna is not ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
9. An Introduction to Kamma
BY BHIKKHU PESALA Differences Caused by Kamma The law of kamma is central to Buddhist thinking, so every Buddhist should have a sound knowledge of it. On the surface it seems simple — good actions ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
10. What is Buddhism
... achieve right concentration A religion, as a set of practices, to attain Nibbana A religion, as a set of practices, to achieve right mindfulness A religion, as a ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009

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