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Aggregates.pdfA Burden Off the Mind: A Study Guide on the Five Aggregates5819 viewsOne of the new concepts most central to the Buddha's teaching was that of the khandhas, usually translated into English as “aggregates.” Prior to the Buddha, the Pali word khandha had very ordinary meanings: A khandha could be a pile, a bundle, a heap, a mass. It could also be the trunk of a tree. In his first sermon, though, the Buddha gave it a new, psychological meaning, introducing the term “clinging-khandhas” to summarize his analysis of the truth of stress and suffering. Throughout the remainder of his teaching career, he referred to these psychological khandhas time and again. Their importance in his teachings has thus been obvious to every generation of Buddhists ever since.
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dfoot02.jpgBuddhapada025806 viewsTibetan Buddhist Art Work: Buddhapada02
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6_chanting.mp3The Metta Sutta5730 viewsChanting Book: The Buddha's Words on Loving-kindness.
The Metta Sutta - The Buddha's Words on Loving-kindness. The Buddhist Society of Western Australia - Chanting Book.
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8_symbols.jpgThe Eight Auspicious Symbols5694 viewsThe Eight Auspicious Symbols
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breathmind.pdfKeeping the Breath in Mind & Lessons in Samadhi5648 viewsThis is a 'how to' book. It teaches the liberation of the mind, not as a mind-boggling theory, but as a very basic skill that starts with keeping the breath in mind. The teachings here are drawn from the works of Ajaan Lee Dhammadharo (1906-61), one of Thailand's most renowned teachers of Buddhist meditation practices. Ajaan Lee was a forest monk - one who prefers to live in the seclusion of the forest and makes his meditation the central theme of his practice - so his teachings grow out of personal, practical experience, although he also makes a point of relating them to standard Buddhist doctrine.
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z-stupa01.jpgTibetan Symbol5566 viewsTibetan Buddhist Art Work: Tibetan Symbol
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mahasit1.pdfPractical Vipassana Exercises5530 viewsThe late Mahasi Sayadaw was responsible for the modern revival of Vipassana or Insight meditation in Myanmar (Burma). This text is his basic instruction on the practice: the preparatory stages with a series of basic exercises. Part two, deals with the deals with the progressive practice and the practical vipassana exercises. The appendix explains the techniques involved in the Mahasi Sayadaw tradition.
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1lotus03.jpgSacred Lotus 035505 viewsTibetan Buddhist Art Work: Sacred Lotus 03
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becoming1.pdfBecoming Your Own Therapist5486 viewsLord Buddha's timeless teachings are as universally relevant today as they were when they were first given, over 2,500 years ago, as Lama explains in these three general talks on the philosophy, psychology and practice of Buddhism. Although called lectures, these talks are not intended to be didactic, but rather for us to use as a mirror for our minds, to allow us to look beyond the words, find ourselves, and become our own psychologist. Each lecture is followed by an informative question and answer session
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01-chant-01.mp301 Vandana: Pali Devotional Chanting5388 views01 Vandana: Pali Devotional Chanting
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