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1. MN 9 Sammādiṭṭhi Sutta – Right View
(Pali Canon/Majjhima Nikaya)
... grief, and despair are suffering; not to obtain what one wants is suffering; in short, the five aggregates affected by clinging are suffering. This is called suffering. 16. “And what is the origin of ...
Sunday, 27 December 2009
...  “‘Friend, there are these five aggregates affected by clinging, rightly proclaimed by the Blessed One who knows and sees, accomplished and fully enlightened. What five? They are the material form aggregate ...
Friday, 04 December 2009
... on your own seat, bhikkhu, and ask what you like.” So the bhikkhu sat on his own seat and said to the Blessed One: 4. “Are these not, venerable sir, the five aggregates affected by clinging; that is, ...
Friday, 04 December 2009
... way he has full awareness of that. 14. “Ānanda, there are these five cords of sensual pleasure. What five? Forms cognizable by the eye that are wished for, desired, agreeable, and likeable, connected ...
Tuesday, 20 October 2009
... thus: ‘Are the five cords of sensual pleasure abandoned in me?’ If, by reviewing, he knows thus: ‘The five cords of sensual pleasure are not abandoned in me,’ then he should make an effort to abandon those ...
Tuesday, 04 August 2009
... that arises with eye-contact as condition. “When one abides inflamed by lust, fettered, infatuated, contemplating gratification, then the five aggregates affected by clinging are built up for oneself ...
Tuesday, 04 August 2009
... ageing is suffering; death is suffering; sorrow, lamentation, pain, grief, and despair are suffering; not to obtain what one wants is suffering; in short, the five aggregates affected by clinging are suffering. ...
Tuesday, 04 August 2009
... world. That is how a bhikkhu abides contemplating mind as mind. Contemplation of Mind-Objects [The Five Hindrances] 36. “And how, bhikkhus, does a bhikkhu abide contemplating mind-objects as mind-objects? ...
Tuesday, 26 May 2009
... they replied. The Blessed One said this: [1] MA explains that the Buddha delivered this sutta to dispel the conceit that had arisen in five hundred bhikkhus on account of their erudition of ...
Wednesday, 20 May 2009
... Attention to Impermanence Two: Care and Respect Three: Unbroken Continuity Four: Supportive Conditions Five: Reapplying Helpful Conditions from the Past ...
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
11. Books by Mahasi Sayadaw
(Books/Mahasi Sayadaw)
... to discuss about the Noble Ones and their qualities as well as an outline of the Buddha Dhamma in general. Discourse on Bhara Sutta, The Burden of the Five Aggregates A full discourse ...
Tuesday, 17 March 2009
... to nibbāna. This is the process. How is insight developed? Insight is developed by meditating on the five aggregates of attachment. Why and when do we meditate on the aggregates? We meditate on the ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
... to sit for a ling time, with body erect, and then contemplate by fixing his attention on the physical and mental phenomena, i.e. upadanakkhandha, or the Five Aggregates. These phenomena should be continuously ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
14. Tranquility VS Insight
... you will have to work further. To return to our initial question, "How do we develop insight?" The answer is, "We develop insight by meditating on the five aggregates of attachment." The mental and ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
15. What is the Triple Gem?
(Practice/The Triple Refugee)
... two, three, four, five, ten, one hundred, one thousand, depending on one's powers of intuition. (This is a basis for proving whether death is followed by rebirth or annihilation.) b Cutupapata-?ana: ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
Yes, but one has to wisely understand the connection between the two doctrines. We advice you to take a thorough reading on both sections on our website.
Monday, 16 March 2009
17. What is Dependant Origination
(Teachings/Dependant Originations)
... nature of all living beings, the Buddha found that most of them were mired in sensual pleasure. There were of course a few exceptions like the five companions of Siddhattha in the forest retreat or the ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
18. The Teaching of Non-Self
... One was staying in the deer sanctuary in the township of Varanasi, the Blessed One addressed the group of five bhikkhus, 'Oh, Bhikkhus' and the group of five Bhikkhus answered, 'Revered Sir.' Then the ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
19. 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
20. An Explanation of Rebirth
... and the monks to bear witness: "This King Milinda has said that he came here by a chariot but when asked 'What is it?' he is unable to show it. Is it possible to approve of that?" Then the five hundred ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
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