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Importance of the Doc ine
Reflections of the Bodhisa a
Beyond Reasoning and Speculation
Dhamma is Only for the Wise
Dhamma is Profound
What is Ignorance?
Ignorance of the Origin of Suffering
Ignorance of the Cessation of Suffering and the Path
Right View
Unwholesome Kamma
Rejection of Good Kamma Means Bad Kamma
Ignorance and Illusion
Eternalism and Annihilationism
Deathbed Visions
The Story of Mahādhammika
Spontaneous Rebirth
Saṃsedaja Beings
Active-consciousness of the Mind-door
Follow-Up Active-consciousness
Consciousness and Mental Properties
The Story of Venerable Cakkhupāla
The Elder’s Verdict
Pure Thought and Happiness
Materiali and Sense-bases
All Phenomena are the Effects of Causes
The Buddha’s High Regard for Practice
The Abs useness of the Doc ine
Freedom om Doubt
The Origin of Rebirth-consciousness
Auditory Consciousness
Neu al Feeling
Tactile Consciousness
The Four Primary Elements
Mind-door and Consciousness
Review of the Anterior Life-Cycle
Craving and the Cycle of Existence
The Extinction of Craving
The Story of Venerable Mahātissa
The Story of a Parrot
Contemplation and Extinction
Cu ing Off at the Foundation
Defilements and Unmindfulness
Thoughts and Tactile Impressions
Three Kinds of Craving
A achment to Sensual Pleasures
A achment to Wrong Views
A achment to Belief in the Soul
The Story of Meṇḍaka
Pupphara a Jātaka
Right and Wrong Good Intentions
Four Kinds of Kamma
The Story of Ajātasa u
Habitual and Death-Proximate Kammas
The Story of Subrahma
Excessive A achment
Superstition and Unfavourable Rebirth
Fanaticism or Religious A achment
The Story of the Householder Ugga
Insight Meditation and A achment
Distinction Between Mental Formations and Becoming
Present Effects Due to Past Causes
Knowledge for Insight Practice
Removing the Present Causes
The Arahant’s Outlook on Life
Not Annihilation but Extinction of Suffering
The Story of Venerable Yamaka
The Famous Saying of Bhikkhuṇī Vajirā
Three Cycles
Four Points to Bear in Mind
The Wrong View of Venerable Sāti
Distinctive Character of Each Phenomenon
Absence of S iving
Relationship of Cause to Effect
Cu ing Off the Cycle of Defilements
a ibutes of the Buddha
The A ibutes of the Buddha
The Story of Baka Brahmā
The Fame of the Buddha
The Four Noble Truths in Brief
Sammāsambuddha and Buddhahood
The Venerable Mahāsī Sayādaw
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A Discourse on Dependent Origination

A Discourse on Dependent Origination

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Published by: Kalvin Kochhar on Sep 15, 2011
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