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Access to Insight: Readings in Theravada Buddhism

The non-doing of any evil,
the performance of what’s skillful,
the cleansing of one’s own mind:
this is the teaching
of the Awakened. 

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2011.03.24

Think Like a Thief, by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
When problems arise in Dhamma practice, it pays to be imaginative and know how to come up with your own solution.

2011.03.19

Sattadhatu Sutta: Seven Properties (SN 14.11), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
An alternative way of looking at the stages of concentration practice
Bhāva Sutta: Becoming (1) (AN 3.76), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
The three levels on which becoming(bhāva) operates, in relation to consciousness.
Bhāva Sutta: Becoming (2) (AN 3.77), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
The three levels on which becoming(bhāva) operates, in relation to intention.
Bala Sutta: Strengths (AN 8.28), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
The eight strengths enjoyed by the awakened mind.

2011.02.21

In Simple Terms: 108 Dhamma Similes, by Ajahn Chah, translated from the Thai by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
A marvelous collection of Dhamma similes from one of the Thai forest tradition’s great teachers.

2011.01.31

In this book the author examines the nature of dependent co-arising (paticca samuppada) — the complex causal structure by which dukkha arises and ceases. It also shows how the factors of the path address the causes of suffering in a way that leads to its cessation. (PDF only) [PDF icon]

2011.01.30

Introducing Buddhism, by Venerable Dr. Balangoda Ananda Maitreya Mahanayaka Thera and Jayasili (Jacquetta Gomes).
Originally published in 1988 to accompany the London Buddhist Society’s Introducing Buddhism course, this book provides an outline of the history and basic teachings of Theravada Buddhism. Also includes a bibliography and glossary of Pali terms. (PDF only) [PDF icon]

2011.01.03

Devadatta Sutta: About Devadatta (AN 8.7), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
On the hazards of allowing the mind to get caught up in the worldly ups and down of life (the eight ‘untrue dhammas’)
Uttara Sutta: About Uttara (AN 8.8), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
Sakka, the king of the devas, repeats the Buddha’s teaching on the eight ‘untrue dhammas’ for the benefit of Ven. Uttara.
Nanda Sutta: About Nanda (AN 8.9), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
Ven. Nanda sets a good example of how to take care of the mind.
Samatha Sutta: With Regard to Tranquility (AN 10.54), translated from the Pali by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
More on how to read your own mind.

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Ayubowan! The National Buddhist Authority (NBA) a well developed organizations which were officially battle against the Rascals who are in local society and who were engage as an international persons for poverty alleviation as a cover for proselytizing activity. We may put our advanced heritage presser which our ancestor did upon the peoples who dealing with converting our peoples for any other faith and Abuse (Insulting Speech) of our culture and the moral of Buddhist main concepts. We are secretly finding the necessary static data and also exploring entrench area and giving an “ON THE SPOT” action without thinking difficulty or danger that must be rise within sound of whom think that converting to their faith is fundamental right in our “Dhrama Dveepa”. Regarding need ness of the case we will report in writing with dates, place name or persons involved and all cases of abuse or illegal activities in the name of a religion or faith and first and last attempted to convert persons in Sri-Lanka to Buddhist organizations, temple, nearest Police Station, Grama Niladari and other local authority as well as presidency level. National Buddhist Authority eager to call upon all Sinhalese Buddhist organizations(International too) to join hands in a Endeavour to defeat the proselytizing efforts of sponsored evangelical and other NGO organizations and thereby to guard the Sinhalese Buddhist culture and tradition for posterity, Relating to their fantasy book,Fantasy Story David did killed the philistine champion who named as Goliath, then all of us too cannot fail. NOTE: This cite is not aimed at or against Christians Or Muslims or Any Other faith Holders.This site is aimed against Christians,Muslim or who ever seek or want to convert Buddhist to Christianity or Muslim or other goodish doctrine. We Buddhist refer to them as "missionaries." We Buddhist respect Christians or Muslim or other followers who maintain the doctrines of their belief, but we do not accept anyone's "right" to proselytize.

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