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02BODHI_RETREAT_COMPLEX.mov
02BODHI_RETREAT_COMPLEX.movBodhi Tree Forest Monastery220 viewsA Vipassana retreat at Bodhi Tree Monastery and a video of the Retreat complex, now under construction.Dec 25, 2018
01BODHI_TREE.mp4
01BODHI_TREE.mp4251 viewsDec 25, 2018
Loving-kIndness_Meditation.mp3
Loving-kIndness_Meditation.mp3Loving-kindness Meditation215 viewsLoving-kindness Meditation, Metta BhavanaDec 25, 2018
Insight_Meditation.mp3
Insight_Meditation.mp3Insigt Meditation Explained264 viewsA talk explaining Insight MeditationDec 25, 2018
SittingWalkingMeditations.mp4
SittingWalkingMeditations.mp4Instruction in Sitting and Walking in Insight Meditation218 viewsIllustrated instruction in siting and walking technique in Insight Meditation at Wat Buddha Rangsee, Sydney 1988.Dec 25, 2018
04__Eight_Great_Places_Cover.pdf
04__Eight_Great_Places_Cover.pdfThe Eight Great Places of Buddhist Pilgrimage (Cover)392 viewsNB (There are 3 PDF which make up this ebook)

The basic four pilgrimage sites (Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar) were increased in terms of the great events of the Buddha’s life to eight by adding four more places considered to be the scenes of four principal miracles that he performed, namely: (i) The Twin Miracle in Sravasti, (ii) Descent from Heaven in Sankasia (iii) Taming of the drunken elephant, Nalagiri in Rajgir and (iv) Offering of honey by a monkey in Vaishali.
May 11, 2018
03__Eight_Great_Places_Part_3.pdf
03__Eight_Great_Places_Part_3.pdfThe Eight Great Places of Buddhist Pilgrimage 03365 views3. PDF: As more and more Buddhists begin to realize the importance of performing a pilgrimage following the Buddha’s exhortation, the need for a simple guidebook becomes evident. The basic four pilgrimage sites (Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar) were increased in terms of the great events of the Buddha’s life to eight by adding four more places considered to be the scenes of four principal miracles that he performed, namely: (i) The twin Miracle in Sravasti, (ii) Descent from Heaven in Sankasia (iii) Taming of the drunken elephant, Nalagiri in Rajgir and (iv) Offering of honey by a monkey in Vaishali.May 11, 2018
02__Eight_Great_Places_Part_2.pdf
02__Eight_Great_Places_Part_2.pdfThe Eight Great Places of Buddhist Pilgrimage 02273 views2. PDF: As more and more Buddhists begin to realize the importance of performing a pilgrimage following the Buddha’s exhortation, the need for a simple guidebook becomes evident. The basic four pilgrimage sites (Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar) were increased in terms of the great events of the Buddha’s life to eight by adding four more places considered to be the scenes of four principal miracles that he performed, namely: (i) The Twin Miracle in Sravasti, (ii) Descent from Heaven in Sankasia (iii) Taming of the drunken elephant, Nalagiri in Rajgir and (iv) Offering of honey by a monkey in Vaishali.May 11, 2018
01__Eight_Great_Places_Part_1.pdf
01__Eight_Great_Places_Part_1.pdfThe Eight Great Places of Buddhist Pilgrimage 01461 views1. PDF: As more and more Buddhists begin to realize the importance of performing a pilgrimage following the Buddha’s exhortation, the need for a simple guidebook becomes evident. The basic four pilgrimage sites (Lumbini, Bodhgaya, Sarnath and Kushinagar) were increased in terms of the great events of the Buddha’s life to eight by adding four more places considered to be the scenes of four principal miracles that he performed, namely: (i) The Twin Miracle in Sravasti, (ii) Descent from Heaven in Sankasia (iii) Taming of the drunken elephant, Nalagiri in Rajgir and (iv) Offering of honey by a monkey in Vaishali.May 11, 2018
The_Concise_Buddhist_Monastic_Code_1.pdf
The_Concise_Buddhist_Monastic_Code_1.pdfThe Concise Buddhist Monastic Code 1765 viewsThe Concise Buddhist Monastic Code 1 is basically a concise guide to the Bhikkhu Pāṭimokkha based on The Buddhist Monastic Code 1 by Ṭhānissaro Bhikkhu. It incorporates information from The Buddhist Monastic Code 2 as well as other English translations of the Bhikkhu Pāṭimokkha or the Sutta-Vibhaṅga, including Suddhāso Bhikkhu’s Analysis of the Bhikkhu Pātimokkha: a translation of the Mahā -Vibhaṅga in the Vinaya-Piṭaka, I.B. Horner’s The Book of the Discipline, K.R. Norman’s The Pātimokkha, and Bhikkhu Ñāṇatusita’s A Translation and Analysis of the Pātimokkha.Jan 01, 2017
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