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BT01A.MP3Lecture 1. (a) The Buddha8948 viewsThis course consists of 10 lectures on the fundamentals of the Buddha’s Teachings, the Dhamma:

The 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_the_four_noble_truths.mp3Ajahn Maha Boowa Discourses (01)5364 viewsAjahn Maha Boowa

01. The Four Noble Truths
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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07Purpose_Meaning_Life.mp3The Purpose and Meaning of Life5200 viewsFinding purpose and meaning in life
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BT01B.MP3Lecture 1. (b) The Buddha3596 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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BT02A.MP3Lecture 2. (a) The Four Noble Truths3567 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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07_How_Do_We_Gain_Knowledge_and_Wisdom.mp3How Do We Gain Knowledge and Wisdom?3107 viewsSix talks by Ven. Dr Sri Dhammananda on Buddhist Teachings and Practice.
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BT02B.MP3Lecture 2. (b) The Four Noble Truths2542 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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BT03A.MP3Lecture 3. (a) The True Nature of Existence2502 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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Changing_the_Mind.mp3Changing the Mind2436 viewsChanging the Mind Broadcast Live at Women at Wisdom Lectures, San Francisco, CA September 3, 2002

"Human happiness and human satisfaction must ultimately come from within oneself." -- His Holiness Dalai Lama.
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Sallekha_Sutta_48_XLVIII_Mahasi_Sayadaw_p343-351.mp3Sallekha Sutta - A Discourse on the Refinement of Character2133 views48. Erroneous Views in Modern Times

Sallekha Sutta by Mahasi Sayadaw,
Translated by U Aye Maung (read by Ven. Rakkhita)
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