Buddha Dhamma – Advanced

Buddha Dhamma can be at various levels for different people depending on their background. This is an advanced section for those who have enough background. 

February 13, 2024

Understanding the “previously unheard worldview of a Buddha” requires effort. I have tried to collect relevant posts from other sections (some posts are only in this section) to facilitate that endeavor for those interested. It can overwhelm a mind, but start somewhere and keep notes. As you learn, keep adding to the notes in your own words. That way, you can keep “filling in gaps” as you come across something new in a post. It has taken me ten years to get to the current level, and I want to make it easier for others.

Pāli Words – Writing and Pronunciation
Pāli Suttās in Tipiṭaka – Direct Translations are Wrong
Kāma Rāga Dominates Rupa Rāga and Arupa Rāga
Dasa Māra Senā (Mārasenā) – Ten Defilements
Rupa and Rupakkhandha- Not External Objects
Vipariṇāma – Two Meanings 
Ārammaṇa (Sensory Input) Initiates Critical Processes
Anuseti – How Anusaya Grows with Saṅkhāra
Vipassanā – Buddhist Meditation
Loka Sutta – Origin and Cessation of the World
Mind Operates Like a Machine According to Nature’s Laws

More Posts on Advanced Background:
Buddhism – In Charts
Does “Anatta” Refer to a “Self”?

Jhāna and Magga Phala:
“Jānato Passato” and Ājāniya – Critical Words to Remember
Samādhi, Jhāna, and Sammā Samādhi
Jhāna – Finer Details
Sammā Samādhi – How to Define It?
Ariya Jhāna and Anariya Jhāna – Main Differences

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