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... the nobles and the brahmins, are held to be superior since men pay homage to them, rise up for them, and accord them reverential salutation and polite services.” 10. “Venerable sir, I was not asking ...
Sunday, 17 January 2010
2. MN 83 Makhādeva Sutta - King Makhādeva
(Pali Canon/Majjhima Nikaya)
... your words be held sacred,’ the charioteer Mātali replied. And having prepared a chariot harnessed to a thousand thoroughbreds, he went to King Nimi and said: ‘Great king, this chariot harnessed to a thousand ...
Sunday, 17 January 2010
... as a thrown aside in a charnel ground, being devoured by crows, hawks, vultures, dogs, jackals, or various kinds of worms…a skeleton with flesh and blood, held together with sinews...a fleshless skeleton ...
Sunday, 17 January 2010
... retinue...many hundred assemblies of Brahmās. And formerly I had sat with them there and talked with them and held conversations with them, yet I see no ground for thinking that fear or timidity might ...
Saturday, 16 January 2010
... too is how a bhikkhu develops mindfulness of the body. 11-14. “Again, as though he were to see a corpse thrown aside in a charnel ground, a skeleton with flesh and blood, held together with sinews...a ...
Saturday, 05 December 2009
... and Bhañña, who held the doctrine of non-causality, the doctrine of non-doing, and the doctrine of nihilism, would not think that this Dhamma discourse on the Great Forty should be censured and rejected. ...
Saturday, 05 December 2009
7. MN 127 Anuruddha Sutta - Anuruddha
(Pali Canon/Majjhima Nikaya)
... with them and held conversations with them.” “Certainly, friend Kaccāna, your words are offensive and discourteous, but still I will answer you. Over a long time I have previously associated with those ...
Wednesday, 28 October 2009
... and with a white parasol held over him, he surveyed each quarter and uttered the words of the Leader of the Herd: “I am the highest in the world; I am the best in the world; I am the foremost in the world. ...
Tuesday, 20 October 2009
... an unhappy destination, in perdition, even in hell. He says thus: ‘Indeed, there are evil actions, there is result of misconduct; for I saw a person here who killed living beings…and held wrong view, and ...
Tuesday, 04 August 2009
... Gotama go to the Bāhukā River to bath?” “Why, brahmin, go to the Bāhukā River? What can the Bāhukā River do?” “Master Gotama, the Bāhukā River is held by many to give liberation, it is held by many ...
Thursday, 09 July 2009
... they emerge and try to get out, they are caught and held in this net. Just as a skilled fisherman or his apprentice might cover a small piece of water with a fine-meshed net, thinking: “Whatever larger ...
Wednesday, 27 May 2009
... “Again, as though he were to see a corpse thrown aside in a charnel ground, a skeleton with flesh and blood, held together with sinews…a fleshless skeleton smeared with blood, held together with sinews…a ...
Tuesday, 26 May 2009
... for meditation practice. The Interview Process During an intensive vipassanā retreat, personal interviews are held as often as possible, ideally every day. Interviews are formally structured. After ...
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
14. The Progress of Insight
... 1982). 5. According to the Buddhist Abhidhamma teachings, only the three elements of earth, fire, and wind constitute the tactile substance in matter. The element of water is not held to be an ...
Monday, 06 April 2009
15. Biography of Venerable U Silananda Sayadaw
(Books/U Silananda Sayadaw)
... became a full-fledged monk at the same monastery with the same preceptor. Four days later re-ordination ceremony was held in his honor at Payagyi Taik monastery in Mandalay by U Ba Than and Daw Tin (his ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
16. Biography of Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw
(Books/Mahasi Sayadaw)
... Ven. Sobhana sat for and passed with distinction the Government-held Dhammācariya (Dhamma Teacher) examination in June 1941.On the eve of the Japanese invasion of Myanmar, Ven. Sobhana had to leave Taungwainggale ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
17. What is the Triple Gem?
(Practice/The Triple Refugee)
... comparing the Buddha to a jewel. Now, there are three sorts of jewels: artificial gems; gemstones, such as rubies or sapphires; and diamonds, which are held to be the highest. The aspects of the Buddha ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
18. What is Dependant Origination
(Teachings/Dependant Originations)
... death (ucchedaditthi) which is held by modern materialists. The belief in annihilation is due to ignorance of the rela tion between cause and effect after death. It is easy to see how avijja leads to ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
19. The Teaching of Non-Self
... the pronouncement, "Bhikkhus, rupa, the material body is not self, soul, or living entity." Material Body What is rupa, the material body which is wrongly conceived and held as self? The following ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
20. The Burden of the Five Aggregates
(Teachings/The Five Aggregates)
... the more frightened. Craving for Existence Having dealt with craving for sensual pleasures, I now come to craving for existence. There are two wrong views held by worldlingas about life. One is ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
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