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BT04A.MP3Lecture 4. (a) Dependent Arising2076 viewsThe lectures explain the Dhamma from the perspective of Theravada Buddhism, the oldest continuous Buddhist school, whose scriptures, the Pali canon, give the most accurate picture of what the historical Buddha himself actually taught. The lectures are intended to be basic enough to be of value to beginners without previous study of the Dhamma, and deep and through enough to be of interest to long-term students seeking to extend and clarify their understanding.
Sallekha_Sutta_46_XLVI_Mahasi_Sayadaw_p333-338.mp3
Sallekha_Sutta_46_XLVI_Mahasi_Sayadaw_p333-338.mp3Sallekha Sutta - A Discourse on the Refinement of Character2072 views46. Bhayanana, Adinavanana and Nibbianana

Sallekha Sutta by Mahasi Sayadaw,
Translated by U Aye Maung (read by Ven. Rakkhita)
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M01_Jhana1.mp3Jhana (Part 1)2009 viewsCollection of Dhamma Talks in America: Jhana (Part 1) 42 mins.
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BT03B.MP3Lecture 3. (a) The True Nature of Existence1977 viewsThe lectures explain the Dhamma from the perspective of Theravada Buddhism, the oldest continuous Buddhist school, whose scriptures, the Pali canon, give the most accurate picture of what the historical Buddha himself actually taught. The lectures are intended to be basic enough to be of value to beginners without previous study of the Dhamma, and deep and through enough to be of interest to long-term students seeking to extend and clarify their understanding.
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Wisdom_of_Emptiness.mp3Wisdom of Emptiness1971 viewsTenzin Palmo met her Guru, His Eminence the eighth Khamtrul Rinpoche in India and became one of the first Westerners to be ordained as a Tibetan Buddhist nun. She remained with Khamtrul Rinpoche and his community in Himachal Pradesh, northern India, for six years and then he directed her to the Himalayan valley of Lahaul in order to undertake more intensive practice. Tenzin Palmo stayed in a small monastery there for several years, remaining in retreat during the long winter months. Then, seeking for more seclusion and better conditions for practice, she found a nearby cave where she remained for another 12 years, the last 3 years in strict retreat. She left India in 1988 and went to stay in Italy where she taught at various Dharma centres.
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BT05A.MP3Lecture 5. (a) Rebirth and Kamma1884 viewsThe lectures explain the Dhamma from the perspective of Theravada Buddhism, the oldest continuous Buddhist school, whose scriptures, the Pali canon, give the most accurate picture of what the historical Buddha himself actually taught. The lectures are intended to be basic enough to be of value to beginners without previous study of the Dhamma, and deep and through enough to be of interest to long-term students seeking to extend and clarify their understanding.
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01_What_Is_Kamma_pt1.mp31. What is Kamma? (Part 1)1847 viewsWhat is Kamma? Why are there inequalities of mankind? Is everything due to Kamma? Can Kamma be changed? Is the Buddhist doctrine of Rebirth a mere theory or an evidentially based verifiable fact? What is the cause of rebirth? How does rebirth take place on the Buddha’s teaching of no-soul?
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02_wisdom_supports_samadhi.mp3Ajahn Maha Boowa Discourses (02)1813 views02. Wisdom Supports Samadhi
This audio selection of the discourses of Ajahn Maha Boowa, were translated into English and recorded by Ajahn Suchaat at Wat Pa Bann Taad, Thailand.

These Teachings are free gifts of Dhamma and may not be offered for sale.
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02.mp3Siddhartha1762 viewsSiddhartha is an allegorical novel by Hermann Hesse which deals with the spiritual journey of an Indian man called Siddhartha during the time of the Buddha.

Siddhartha is an allegorical novel by Hermann Hesse which deals with the spiritual journey of an Indian man called Siddhartha during the time of the Buddha.

"Siddhartha" means "he who has attained his goals" or "every wish fulfilled".[1] The Buddha's name, before his renunciation, was Prince Siddhartha Gautama, later the Buddha. The main character of Siddhartha in the book is not the same person as the Buddha, who in the book goes by the name "Gotama".
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03_the_4_foundations_of_mindfulness.mp3Ajahn Maha Boowa Discourses (03)1699 viewsThe Four Foundations of Mindfulness
Ajahn Maha Boowa Discourses (03)

These Teachings are free gifts of Dhamma and may not be offered for sale.
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