Right View: Understanding Five Clinging-Aggregates Review

Search for: Right View: Understanding Five Clinging-Aggregates Review Introduction Introduction Right View is typically presented as the first factor of the Noble Eightfold Path. As in all the Buddha’s Dhamma, there is a practical reason as Right View is both the...

Anuradha Sutta Authentic Dhamma

The Anuradha Sutta is another sutta where the Buddha is asked questions whose basis is rooted wrong views ignorant of Four Noble Truths and Dependent Origination…

Shunyata – Three Discourses on Emptiness

Shunyata – Three Discourses on Emptiness is an article on the Buddha’s teachings on emptiness. I will cite three suttas where the Buddha teaches the meaning and application of emptiness, shunyata (Pali: Sunnata)…

Khanda Sutta Five Clinging-Aggregates

The Five  Clinging-Aggregates are the Buddha’s description of the ongoing personal experience of ignorance of Four Noble Truths and the stress and suffering that follows this initial condition. 

Dhamma-Viharin Sutta – Dwelling In The Dhamma

In the Dhamma-Viharin Sutta, the Buddha is teaching that engaging with the Dhamma through intellectual study alone will not develop cessation of craving after and clinging to views ignorant of Four Noble Truths, and the confusion and suffering that follows…

Simsapa Sutta A Handful Of Leaves

“This is what I teach. I teach these things because they are related to my Dhamma and they support the principles of a life integrated with the Eightfold Path. These things that I teach lead directly to disenchantment, to dispassion…

Nibbana Sutta – Unbinding From Ignorance

Search for: Nibbana Sutta – Unbinding From Ignorance Nibbana Sutta Talks Jhana Meditation Review Class 33- Nibbana Sutta – Unbinding From Ignorance 111123Jhana Meditation Structured Study Class 32 Nibbana Sutta - Unbinding From Ignorance These are the most...

Hindrances To Awakening – Two Suttas

Another word for hindrances is obstacles. These five hindrances are self-imposed obstacles commonly employed in a subtle and often unnoticed (strategically ignored) internal strategy to continue to ignore ignorance of Four Noble Truths…

Rahogata Sutta – Ending Fabrications Through Jhana

In the Rahogata Sutta, the Buddha teaches that feelings of pleasure, pain, or ambivalence, when perceived through a mimd rooted in ignorance of Four Noble Truths will fabricate what is experienced in a way that reaffirms ignorance and continues stress…