2018 Easter Retreat No. 5 - Day 7 Reading: MN 148 Six Sets of Six, April 2, 2018

May 15, 2018

Chachhaka Sutta

MN 148

Bhante Vimalaramsi

Apriil 2, 2018

www.dhammasukha.org

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2018 Easter Retreat No. 5 - Day 6 MN 38 Dependent Origination April 1, 2018

May 15, 2018

MN 38 Dependent Origination  "Mahatanhasankayha Sutta"

Bhante Vimalaramsi

April 1, 2018

www.dhammasukha.org

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2018 Easter Retreat No.5 - Day 5 MN 18 Honeyball - Mar 31, 2018

May 15, 2018

The Honey Ball Sutta

Bhante Vimalaramsi

Mar 31, 2018

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2018 Easter Retreat No.5 Day 4 MN 111 One by One - Progress through the Jhanas Mar 30,2018

May 15, 2018

MN 111 Anupada Sutta

Bhante Vimalaramsi

March 30, 2018

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2018 Easter Retreat No.5 Day 3 MN 140 Exposition of the Elements Mar 29, 2018

May 14, 2018

Dhathuvibangha Sutta MN 140

 

Bhante Vimalaramsi

Mar 29, 2018

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2018 Easter Retreat No.5 Day 2 - Distractions MN 128 Mar 28, 2018

May 14, 2018

MN 128 Upakilesa Sutta

Bhante Vimalaramsi

Mar 28, 2018

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2018 Easter Retreat No.5 Day 1 Orientation and Instructions Mar 27, 2018

May 14, 2018

On this first day of retreat Bhante shares some experiences he had recently in India. He also gives the meditation instructions for the coming retreat.

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2018 Easter Retreat No.5 Day 9 To Saccaka MN 35 April 4, 2018

May 7, 2018

Last Day of the 2018 Easter Retreat in San Juan Bautista, Cal.

 

To Saccaka MN 35 April 4, 2018

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Journey of Forgiveness with Bhante Vimalaramsi

March 25, 2018

Bhante Vimalaramsi talks about how to use Forgiveness and how to practice it. He describes some poignent memories from his past.

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Book: The Path to Nibbana by David Johnson -In audio -Chapters 1 to 4 - Audio 1 of 3

March 14, 2018

The Path to Nibbana" is read by a text to speech voice so you can listen to the book.

More on the book:

New 2018 Edition with added chapter tha dives deep into the Jhanas. " "Wow! Got your book. It is a major contribution. I already have used numerous quotes as references for my PhD thesis. I think it will really turn some heads around and help people immensely with their practice." M.J., VT

"Beautifully written like one word flows into another ;written with such clarity..." from Amzn. review.

What is Nibbana? The experience and how to achieve it is in this book. Awakening actually is possible! This new book definitely says yes, but only if you add back in the step that is left out of other methods. And only if you follow the method laid out by the Buddha in his earliest teachings. Nibbana can and does happen with practice - and in this book you will be shown the step by step progression through the eight aware jhanas (levels of understanding) to the final cessation and the appearing of the unconditioned (Nibbana); and the incredible joy that arises afterward. It will give you the instructions on how to practice - even at home at your own pace.

 

This is a complete meditation handbook with all the instructions to achieve the goal and all of the levels of knowledge along the way. And now includes full text of "A Guide to Tranquil Wisdom Insight Meditation (TWIM)" and the full text of "A Guide to Forgiveness Meditation."

You will learn a different definition for Mindfulness that totally changes how you practice; and about a step in the text that has been left out of contemporary practices that is the key to the deepest levels of tranquility.

Learn the basics of Tranquil Wisdom Insight Meditation (TWIM) which is really the practice of Loving-kindness and the Brahmaviharas from the earliest Buddhist texts: The Majjhima Nikaya and the Samyutta Nikaya. This book will guide you from the beginning stages to the highest attainments laid out clearly and concisely. Many previous students’ experiences have been compiled and researched to create the basis for this book.

Additionally, other popular methods are compared here against the suttas to see if they match the Buddha's teachings and lead you to the enlightenment.

David Johnson wrote this book based on his insights as a senior student under Bhante Vimalaramsi, a 30-year monk living in the forests of Missouri. He came from a career in Silicon Valley to learn and study TWIM for the past seven years at the Dhamma Sukha Meditation Center near St. Louis. He currently teaches Online Retreats and authored “A Guide to Tranquil Wisdom Insight Meditation” along with Bhante, which is the detailed beginning instructions for TWIM Loving-kindness practice. More information is available at www.thepathtonibbana.com

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