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01_Metta_Meditation.mp3
01_Metta_Meditation.mp32. Metta Meditation - Loving-kindness1125 viewsMetta Meditation Instructions
02metta_chant_1_pali.mp3
02metta_chant_1_pali.mp3Metta Chant 1 (Pali)3676 viewsThe Metta Chant 1 in Pali
02_Metta_Meditation.mp3
02_Metta_Meditation.mp31. Metta Meditation - Loving-kindness1178 viewsIntroduction to the Practice of Metta Meditation
03_Metta_Meditation.mp3
03_Metta_Meditation.mp33. Metta Meditation- Loving-kindness774 viewsSharing of the Merits with the Devas; Transferring of Merits to All Loved Ones; Making Aspirations; Closing Invocation.
04metta_chant_2pali.mp3
04metta_chant_2pali.mp3Metta Chant 2 (Pali)1769 viewsMetta Chant 2 in Pali.
07metta_sutta_english.mp3
07metta_sutta_english.mp3Metta Sutta (English)1296 viewsThe Metta Sutta chanted in English
08metta_chant_3_pali.mp3
08metta_chant_3_pali.mp3Metta Chant 3 (Pali)1352 viewsThe Metta Chant 3 in Pali
10Metta_Meditation.mp3
10Metta_Meditation.mp3Metta Meditation862 viewsLoving-kindness Meditation
10_ways_of_making_merit.pdf
10_ways_of_making_merit.pdfTen Ways of Making Merit3464 viewsThe Buddha taught that merit-making is a formidable antidote to overcome the many vicissitudes faced in our day-to-day lives. Hence He declared: ‘Do not fear merit-making. “Merit-making” is a term denoting happiness, what is desirable, pleasant, dear and charming. For I recall in my mind very well that after making merit for a long time, I experienced desirable, pleasant, dear and charming results for a long time. Let therefore a man train himself in merit-making that yields long-lasting happiness. Let him cultivate the practice of giving, virtuous conduct and a mind of metta. By cultivating these qualities the wise man arrives in untroubled and happy states.
4sublime_states.pdf
4sublime_states.pdfThe Four Sublime States4410 viewsVen. Nyanaponika Thera

Four sublime states of mind have been taught by the Buddha: Loving-kindness (metta), Compassion (karuna), Sympathetic Joy (mudita), Equanimity (upekkha) These four attitudes are said to be excellent or sublime because they are the right or ideal way of conduct towards living beings They provide, in fact, the answer to all situations arising from social contact. They are the great removers of tension, the great peacemakers in social conflict, and the great healers of wounds suffered in the struggle of existence. They level social barriers, build harmonious communities, awaken slumbering magnanimity long forgotten, revive joy and hope long abandoned, and promote human brotherhood against the forces of egotism.
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