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This Friday’s sutta discussion will be on the Vitakka-santhana Sutta (MN 20). In this sutta, the Buddha suggested five ways to remove unwanted thoughts.
This will complement our earlier discussion on Upali Sutta and Dvedhavitakka Sutta. The former showed us the importance
This Friday, we will continue where we left off last week with Upali Sutta. The main message from this sutta is that mental action is more important than both verbal and bodily actions.
Once we have finished with this sutta, we will discuss the next sutta, which is:
For this Friday’s sutta discussion, we will continue with last week’s unfinished sutta and discussion, and if we have time, start on a new sutta – Dipa sutta (on anapanasati). Below is the sutta for your download:
Dipa Sutta is quite a long and comprehensive sutta
Below are two suttas we will be discussing this Friday:
The Niramisa sutta talks about the three types of joy, happiness and equanimity. The Brahmana sutta explains how one can use desire to end desire.
Lastly, we will also take a look at the question of whether one can
Below is a link to a write-up and summary of our sutta discussions on Dana (generosity).
If you have missed our first topic of discussion on Sadha (faith or conviction), here is a summary too.
Our next topic of discussion will be on Sila (moral conduct or virtues).
We are happy to inform that Sg. Long Buddhist Society will be running a series of dhamma talks in Cantonese in March, 2013. The speaker is Bhante Dhamma Sakkaro Thera, a popular and highly sought after Theravadan monk.
Topic: Be happy no defilements – These talks are based on Sigalovadasutta,
A short reminder that there will be a dhamma talk by Ven. Wajirabuddhi this Friday night, 19/10/12, from 8pm at our centre.
Topic: Introduction to Satipatthana sutta
Date: 19 October 2012
Time: 8:30pm – 10pm
Venue: SLBS centre
Ven. Wajirabuddhi was born in Sri Lanka and ordained as novice monk