6 Nov (Discourse on loving-kindness – Suttanta pitaka Kuddaka Nikaya .. Tiểu kinh Nghiệp phân biệt (cùlakammavibhanga sutta) song ngữ. Page 4 Read Kinh Hạnh con chó (Kukkuravatika sutta) from the story Trung Bộ Kinh – Majjhima Nikaya by tamthanhluongg (Cẩu Độc Thân) with 3 reads. This Sutta Study Guide is based on the DIGHA NIKAYA, translated by Maurice Walshe, published by Kinh Sa-môn quả), that is the Vietnamese version.
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It probably was a separate discourse at one time, perhaps also given to Kevaddha, that was later tacked onto the end of the “Miracle of Instruction” sutta. Be sure and read Walshe’s introduction minh Buddhist cosmology on pages 37 – 42 before reading these Suttas.
The meaning is that both Gil Fronsdal and Andrew Olendzki or at least one niiaya them included them in their syllabuses in addition to Leigh Brasington. This discourse explores the role of miracles and conversations with heavenly beings as a possible basis for faith and belief. If Dhamma is something that one must realize for oneself, then what is the role of a teacher? The “Great” refers to their length, but it also is fitting because many of these Suttas are of great importance and make great reading.
You might also read Four Foundations of Mindfulness. You can never study this Sutta too much.
On how a corpse can confirm the wisdom of the Buddha https: Thus have I heard. Alexander Iinh on DN 1: Routledge,pp.
Trung Bộ Kinh – Majjhima Nikaya
Ayya Khema, Visible Here and Now http: Articles 2 on the web: It’s importance is that the training is here distilled to it’s essence with very little extra story, and that it is given by someone other than the Buddha. DN10 The true and complete Dharma training: Read The Heart of Buddhist Meditation.
See Narada Thera translation at. Division Two – The Great Division. How the Kknh died.
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This syllabus is originally from: DN 24 and DN 25 are both about other teachers who think they can best the Buddha; of course they fail. DN2 as told by Leigh Brasington.
Notice that this Sutta only discusses the training up thru the 1st Jhana. But if his view is such as this: It’s important to note that in this sutta, the Buddha is using “the Realm of Brahma” as a metaphor for Nibbana – a point missed by the mainstream Theravadan tradition as well as by early translators.
Articles 2 in PDF: Are there any teachers who don’t deserve some sort of criticism? Alexander Duncan on DN 6: Do not ask me that,’ I shall therefore answer you.
See also my essay on this Sutta: In this sutta the Buddha classifies kamma into four groups: Includes DN ‘s in his order: If you are looking for a particular list, you might find it here — otherwise, these are not so interesting. This division gets its name because all 13 Suttas in it contain identical sections on sila – morality, virtue. Suwanda H J Sugunasiri.
Article on the web: Now reread DN 2: For this wanderer Suppiya spoke in many ways in dispraise of the Buddha, the Dhamma, and the Sangha, while his own pupil, the youth Brahmadatta, spoke in many ways in their praise. Piya Tan on DN 1: Note that the section on the iddhis – supernormal powers klnh found at DN 2: Kamma can be mixed, where an action is done with a variety of motives, some good, some evil. Alexander Duncan on DN See also Narada Thera translation: A version nikayya this new syllabus can be found online at: Ayya Khema, Visible Here and Now.