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Internet Sources:

Vipassana Meditation in the Tradition of Sayagyi U Ba Khin - Sayagyi U Ba Khin Memorial Trust
http://www.webcom.com/imcuk/welcome.html

Association for Insight Meditation - Bhikkhu Pesala
http://www.aimwell.org/

Mahasi Meditation Center - Buddha Sasana Nuggaha Organisation
http://web.ukonline.co.uk/buddhism/mahasi.htm

The Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw's Discourses and Treatises on Buddhism - Mahasi Sasana Nuggaha Organisation
http://www.mahasi.org.mm/index.cfm

Access to Insight: Readings in Theravada Buddhism - John Bullitt
http://www.accesstoinsight.org/index.html

Books:

Digha Nikaya - Bhikkhu Bodhi (Boston: Wisdom Publications 1995)

Majjhima Nikaya - Bhikkhu Bodhi (Boston: Wisdom Publications 1995)

Samyutta Nikaya - Bhikkhu Bodhi (Boston: Wisdom Publications 2000)

Great Disciples of the Buddha - Nyanaponika Thera and Hellmuth Hecker (Kandy: Buddhist Publication Society 1997)

Visuddhimagga: The Path of Purification - Bhikkhu Nanamoli (Seattle: Buddhist Publication Society Pariyatti Editions 1991)

Kathavatthu - Points of Controversy - Shwe Zan Aung & Mrs. Rhys Davids (Oxford: The Pali Text Society 2001)

The Wheel of Dhamma ( Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta) - Mahasi Sayadaw (Yangon: Buddhasasana Nuggaha Organization 2000)

Bhara Sutta (Discourse on the Burden of Khandha) - Mahasi Sayadaw (Yangon: Buddhasasana Nuggaha Organization 2000)

Mahasi Golden Jubilee - Mahasi Sayadaw (Yangon: Buddhasasana Nuggaha Organization 1999)

CD-ROM:

Chattha Sangayana CD-ROM Version 3 - Vipassana Research Institute

 

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" Not by mere moral practice, nor by much learning, nor by acquiring concentration, nor by dwelling in seclusion, nor by assuring oneself "I enjoy the bliss of Anagami Fruition that is not enjoyed by common worldlings (puthujjanas)" should the bhikkhu rest content without attaining the extinction of moral intoxicants (asavas) [i.e., without attaining arahatship]. "

The Dhammapada


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