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Theravadin Essays By Bhikkhu Isidatta
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These essays on Theravada Buddhist practice uncover aspects of early Buddhism which have been hidden in plain sight. Detailed investigation into the application of concentration and insight... More > meditation as literally explained in the pali canon make this an unorthodox supplement to everything you think you knew about Buddhism. An invitation to peek over the event horizon of your mind.< Less
Theravadin Essays By Bhikkhu Isidatta
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These essays on Theravada Buddhist practice uncover aspects of early Buddhism which have been hidden in plain sight. Detailed investigation into the application of concentration and insight... More > meditation as literally explained in the pali canon make this an unorthodox supplement to everything you think you knew about Buddhism. An invitation to peek over the event horizon of your mind.< Less
Epitome of the Pali Canon By Chroniker Press Book
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This book is an authorized reprint of Wikipedia articles pertaining to the Pali Canon, the oldest collection of Buddhist scriptures. Included are articles on Pali, the Early Buddhist Schools, and... More > many suttas and other parts of the Vinaya, Sutta, and Abhidhamma Pitakas. This book presents a comprehensive and in depth overview of the Pali Canon in a convenient collection.< Less
The Unborn and Emancipation From the Born By Ron Henshall
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From the early teachings of the Buddha to the present day there has existed a direct method of Buddhist practice which, as well as providing the path to the emancipation from suffering, is at one and... More > the same time the goal of that path. This path/method (magga) and goal/result (phala) is the ‘unborn’ which is Nibbāna. This path of the ‘unborn’ has surfaced in the teachings that the Buddha gave to Bāhiya (Ud 1.10), in the Tathāgata-garbha literature, in Chinese Chan, Korean and Japanese Zen, Tibetan Dzogchen and at least one 21st century Theravādin Organisation. That the ‘unborn’ is ‘selfless’ leaves no gap for the criticism that some form of ātman is being imported into Buddhism.< Less
The Unborn and Emancipation From the Born By Ron Henshall
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From the early teachings of the Buddha to the present day there has existed a direct method of Buddhist practice which, as well as providing the path to the emancipation from suffering, is at one and... More > the same time the goal of that path. This path/method (magga) and goal/result (phala) is the ‘unborn’ which is Nibbāna. This path of the ‘unborn’ has surfaced in the teachings that the Buddha gave to Bāhiya (Ud 1.10), in the Tathāgata-garbha literature, in Chinese Chan, Korean and Japanese Zen, Tibetan Dzogchen and at least one 21st century Theravādin Organisation. That the ‘unborn’ is ‘selfless’ leaves no gap for the criticism that some form of ātman is being imported into Buddhism.< Less