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Peripheral Awareness

by Ajahn Nyanamoli Thero Mindfulness done correctly is when the mind is anchored in something. That something must be a thing that is not directly attended to, but instead, has…
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Series of Talks on “Notes on Dhamma”

 New Series of Talks on Ven. Nanavira Thera's “Notes on Dhamma” will be posted on YouTube at the link below. Bhante Nanamoli is clarifying each individual Note and responding to…
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Kāyagatā sati – Mindfulness of the body

by Ven. Akiñcano The Buddha tells us that there is one thing which, when developed, leads to the following: great existential dread (AN 1:576)1 great benefit (AN 1:577) great safety…
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Kāmā

by Ven. Akiñcano “dujjānaṃ kho etaṃ, kaccāna, tayā aññadiṭṭhikena aññakhantikena aññarucikena aññatrayogena aññatrācariyakena—kāmā vā kāmasukhaṃ vā... This is difficult to understand, Kaccāna, for you with another view, with another belief,…
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Kammaṭṭhāna

by Ven. Akiñcano The word kammaṭṭhāna is usually translated as “meditation object” and it plays a central role in the Visuddhimagga, Burmese-style meditation systems, the Thai Forest tradition, and in…
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Video Dhamma by Ajahn Nyanamoli Thero

Some are already familiar with Dhamma teaching by Ajahn Nyanamoli shared here on Path Press website. In addition today we can find on YouTube also number of short video clips…
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NEW: The Silent Sages of Old [PDF]

Open/Download the PDF:  The Editor's Introduction This small selection of Suttas is by no means comparably small in its importance and significance. For the realization of Dhamma is beyond any…
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Paññā – From Psychology to Hermeneutics

by Ven. Akiñcano “catasso imā, bhikkhave, obhāsā. katame cattāro? candobhāso, sūriyobhāso, aggobhāso, paññobhāso — ime kho, bhikkhave, cattāro obhāsā. etadaggaṃ, bhikkhave, imesaṃ catunnaṃ obhāsānaṃ yadidaṃ paññobhāso”ti. Bhikkhus, there are these…
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