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An Introduction to Kamma - Bibliography and Notes

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An Introduction to Kamma
The Nature of Kamma
The Power of Kamma
Classification of Kamma
What Kamma is Not
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Bibliography and Notes

Bibliography

  1. An Introduction to the Law of Kamma, Sayādaw U Sīlānanda, Dhammacakka Meditation Center, Box 206, 2124 Kitteredge Street, Berkeley, CA 94704, USA
  2. »» What Kamma Is , Sayādaw U Thittila.
  3. The Buddha and His Teachings, Nārada Mahāthera,
  4. The Debate of King Milinda, Bhikkhu Pesala, »» Inward Path Publishers, »» Motilal Benarsidass (UK)
  5. In This Very Life, Sayādaw U Pandita, »» Wisdom Books

Notes

  1. Abhinhapaccavekkhitabba Sutta (A. iii. 72).
  2. Dakkhinavibhangasutta, Majjhimanikāya, Sutta 142.
  3. Rebirth as a woman may be the fulfilment of one's wish, we can assume that it is the result of unwholesome kamma only if it is contrary to one's wish.


 

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The Dhammapada


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