Dasuttara Sutta (In Sinhala) was the Sutta taken by Most Ven. U. Dhammajiva Maha Thero for the 97th residential meditation retreat at Mitirigala. Brahmajala Sutta was the first discourse that was recited to the people of the Mon State The Brahmajala sutta, the Supreme Net is one that Buddhist will use to. I. Talk on Wanderers (Paribbājakakathā). 1. Thus have I heard. On one occasion the Exalted One was travelling along the highway between Rājagaha and.

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However, if someone speaks insulting or false accusations about me, the Dhamma, and the Sangha, then you should state which is wrong and point out the mistake by explaining that because of this proof and that, then that is not true, or it is not like that, that kind of thing is not us, or occurring in us. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

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Brahmajala Sutta (Theravada)

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Mindfulness of Breathing Anapanasati: It contains the unmodified, true teachings of Lord Buddha in its actual context. Part brahmaja,a a series on. These were the gods who always envied the other gods.

As he recalled it, he came to the conclusion that creatures, including himself, are not eternal, had limited age, were vulnerable to change, but that Brahma is eternal, ageless, and changeless. Articles needing additional references from September All articles needing additional references Wikipedia articles needing clarification from November Subscription required using via Pages containing links to subscription-only content. Seeing the Possible as Possible! Scenario d above is the case in point.

Bojjanga Sutta Desana 9 Talks. This site uses cookies. Suta them feeling gives rise to craving; craving gives rise to clinging; clinging gives rise to current existence upapatti bhava and the kammic causal process kamma bhava ; the kammic causal process gives rise to rebirth; and rebirth gives rise to ageing, death, grief, lamentation, pain, distress and despair.

Valuable discussion about the reality of life 1 [Sinhala].

In these pdf files original Pali version of Tripitaka is located on the left and the Sinhala translation can be found on the right.

Based on their experience, they concluded that the universe and the soul must be eternal. The sutta starts with the Buddha travelling with his disciples between the cities of Rajagaha and Nalanda.

The contact is a phenomenon when the perception recognised an object beyond our Self. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. All 11 Volumes issued 9.


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Then, from this brief like lightning in the sky, Nagasena analogued in Milinda Panha event, rise up feelings. They worshipped and revered the Brahma because, “He was here even before I existed! Ven Ajahn Uthai Siridharo. Because, just as I was thinking, “Let it be that another being may come here and accompany me”, then my wish made that being come into existence. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Buddha states that there are no possibilities of feeling without contact.

Just refer to the content page of the pertinent Nikaya and look for the sutta number which is accompanied by the name of the sutta and the corresponding page number, and turn to the page. sibhala

However, Brahmadatta praised and revered the Buddha, Dhammaand Sangha.