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The art of dying

This collection of writings Goenkaji s explanations of the teaching of the Buddha, the Buddha s scriptural verses, poetical stories of monks and nuns from the time of the Buddha, accounts from fellow meditators is born of the acceptance of the truth of suffering.

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The Manuals of Dhamma

Vipassana is the quintessence of teachings of the Buddha. Venerable Ledi Sayadaw was an invaluable link in the chain of teachers that preserved Vipassana in its pristine purity in Myanmar.

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The Gem Set In Gold

A manual of paryatti containing the pali and Hindi chanting from a ten-day course of Vipassana Meditation as taught

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A meditators Handbook How to Untie Knots

Bill Crecelius has written a straightforward, practical guide for those who seek to establish themselves in Vipassana meditation. He is an experienced Vipassana Teacher who was one of Goenkaji s earliest Western students.

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Sayagi U Ba Khin journal

A Collection Commemorating The Teaching of Sayagyi U Ba Khin

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The art of living

This is the classic introduction to Vipassana meditation: a full-length study of the teaching of S. N. Goenka, prepared under his guidance and with his approval. Useful for meditators and non-meditators alike.

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Pali Primer

This book is an introduction to Pali language for beginners. It is based on the principle of teaching grammar through composition, using a gradually expanding vocabulary. This book is intended as a companion volume to the book ‘Key to Pali Primer’ which contains exercises for translations into and from English language.

 

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The Buddha as depicted in the Tipiṭaka – Volume I

S.N. Goenka, Principal Teacher of Vipassana meditation, faced some initial hesitation before joining his first Vipassana course due to indoctrination against the Buddha’s teachings during his childhood. After his first course in 1955, numerous misconceptions that he had about the Buddha’s teaching were dispelled, and he was inspired to study the original words of the Buddha in the Pāli language.

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Letters from The Dhamma Brothers

When the first ten-day Vipassana meditation course came to a close at Alabama’s Donaldson Prison in 2002, twenty men were faced with the possibility of a new chapter in their lives. Many have life sentences and most have been deeply acculturated to the life of violence and abuse that is all too common in prisons. In letters written during a four-year period after this course, 15 inmate-meditators offer direct and intimate access to their thoughts, struggles, dreams and triumphs after taking part in this intensive, voluntary program. Corrections officers, wardens, judges and others ask: “Can this program really reform such hardened inmates? Will the changes last?” These letters will help you decide for yourself if their transformations are real or not.

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Mahāsatipaṭṭhāna Sutta (En)

Mahasatipatthana sutta, the Great Discourse on establishing awareness, is one of the most important discourses expounded by the Buddha in the town called Kammasadhamma in Kuru kingdom. In this sutta, the Buddha presented a practical method for developing self-knowledge by means of kāyānupassanā (constant observation of the body), vedanānupassanā (constant observation of sensations), cittānupassanā (constant observation of the mind), and dhammānupassanā (constant observation of the contents of the mind).

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