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rebirthscience.pdf
rebirthscience.pdfScientific Acceptability of Rebirth2532 viewsDr. Dharmawardena points out that the reason why classical science cannot explain rebirth is due to inherent limitations in classical science. Modern science has transcended these limitations, and therefore rebirth is within the scope of modern science. Modern science accepts rebirth as a scientifically acceptable phenomenon through the same tests used to prove scientific acceptability of generally accepted modern science phenomena.33333
(7 votes)
thittila.pdf
thittila.pdfEssential Themes of Buddhist Lectures2369 viewsThese talks on Buddhism given by this famous Burmese Buddhist master, Venerable Sayadaw U Thittilla in the west over the period 1938-1983. Some of the themes are: 'What is Buddhism', 'Likes and Dislikes', 'A Short History of Buddhism', 'What Kamma Is', 'The Path to Nibbana' and 'The Abhidhamma Philosophy'.33333
(5 votes)
gqga_khamer.pdf
gqga_khamer.pdfGood Question, Good Answer (Cambodian)1635 viewsKhmer (Cambodian) edition of Ven. Dhammika's Good Question, Good Answer. Translator: Bhikkhu S. Vodano.33333
(3 votes)
4nobltru.pdf
4nobltru.pdfThe Four Noble Truths17966 viewsThis booklet was compiled and edited from talks given by Venerable Ajahn Sumedho on the teaching of the Buddha: that the unhappiness of humanity can be overcome through spiritual means. The teaching is conveyed through the Buddha's Four Noble Truths, first expounded in 528 BC in the Deer Park at Sarnath near Varanasi, India and kept alive in the Buddhist world ever since.33333
(70 votes)
tree-enlightenment.pdf
tree-enlightenment.pdfThe Tree of Enlightenment3539 viewsIn keeping with the original objectives of the study of basic Buddhism, this book is - as far as possible - non-technical. It is intended for the ordinary readers not having any special expertise in Buddhist studies or in Buddhist canonical languages. This book can supply a general introduction to the major traditions of Buddhism, but does not pretend to be complete or definitive. This book will serve as the beginning of its readers' Buddhist education and not the end of it.33333
(7 votes)
buddhism_a_laymans_guide_to_life.pdf
buddhism_a_laymans_guide_to_life.pdfBuddhism, A Layman's Guide to Life2210 views33333
(4 votes)
bd_students.pdf
bd_students.pdfBuddha Dhamma for University Students6853 viewsThis book is the results of two talks given by Ajahn Buddhadasa in January 1966 to students at Thammasat University, Bangkok. Ajahn Buddhadasa always has tried to set both young and old straight as to what Buddhism really teaches. He goes back to the original principles pointed out by the Buddha, explaining these simply and directly, and showing that their relevance is timeless.33333
(13 votes)
dmind-wmind.pdf
dmind-wmind.pdfDharma Mind, Worldly Mind3864 viewsThe first part of the book tells us what we need to put in place for complete Dharma practice - the Eightfold Path, going for refuge, and the Bodhisattva spirit. In the second half the book shows us how to turn those requisites into a genuine living practice that embraces the whole of our life thus surely leading to the profound transformation that we all desire.33333
(9 votes)
animagnt.pdf
animagnt.pdfAnimal Magnetism12963 viewsThis booklet is a good reminder to us, so that we always strive in the right direction. Practice is the only way. Even though faith and devotion to one's teacher can be a positive thing, we must always remember that an excessive faith is accompanied by corresponding deficiency of wisdom.33333
(19 votes)
artliv12.pdf
artliv12.pdfThe Art of Living14889 viewsThe Art of Living with Ven. Master Chin Kung, a Master of the Pure Land School of Buddhism. The Art of Living has chapters on: The Education of Buddha Shakyamuni, our Original Teacher; The Four Kinds of Buddhism Today; How Homemakers Can Cultivate the Bodhisattva Way in Daily Life, and an excellent Question and Answer section. Included is a glossary and a contact list of Ven. Master Chin Kung's teaching centres around the world.33333
(14 votes)
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