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  • in reply to: GANDHABBA – 1 or 2 pieces are missing in (my) puzzle #29249
    Lvalio
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    Yes it is true. And exactly because of that story i put too:”with rare exceptions.”

    in reply to: GANDHABBA – 1 or 2 pieces are missing in (my) puzzle #29242
    Lvalio
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    The Manomaya Kaya didin´t see anything, because the Brain of a baby it´s not developed enough yet for him to experience the world around him… It takes 7 (seven) years for the brain to achieve a degree of development capable of realizing and judging the world around it, with rare exceptions.
    But after those seven years the brain needs to experience the world before it starts judging it. So, we can say that a reasonable age for a person to become a Buddhist is 12 years. Before that it is very unlikely…
    Think about the brain of an adult who suffered a severe brain injury, that the person has been disconnected from the outside world, she has no idea and will not even remember anything about it in the future…

    in reply to: Thai Forest Tradition #28941
    Lvalio
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    But the Lord Buddha said that only 2 people can know what degree of enlightenment a person has accomplished: the person himself or a Buddha…
    And I never saw anyone from the Thai Forest Tradition (or other Theravada tradition, say what degree of enlightenment has reached…). Did you saw it?
    (Except for the Ven. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Thero)
    Am i wrong???

    in reply to: Nibbāna === saṃsāra? #28493
    Lvalio
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    It’s Unbelievable to see this discussion and the lack of understanding of the real Dhamma… So we see how much distortion on the original Dhamma was carried out by the Mahāyāna through Nagarjuna, Asangha, Vasubandhu and others…
    It is truly unbelievable that true Bhikhus of the Theravada tradition still have this distorted perception of the reality of the Dhamma…

    in reply to: A Tribute to most Ven. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Thero #28358
    Lvalio
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    Thank You very Much Ven. Lal!
    My Debt of Gratitude for you is inestimsble, priceless, precious…
    I hope the desanas from Ven. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Thero, is available with subtitle in english soon…

    in reply to: My Personal Experience in Buddhism #28179
    Lvalio
    Participant

    Hi Y Not!
    Y Not Said: “I was struck by “when I closed my eyes, I always saw a flashing signal, a black point flashing, a different thing, and then an intense anguish inexplicable… (still now, sometimes I see it…”
    Because there is a connection there to what I experience, though not all that often lately.
    Thank you very much for your kindly words…I appreciate very much!
    Thank you very much Y Not, for as nice words… I think many of us here at the PureDhamma Forum have had or still have similar experiences.
    We are all very lucky to live in a time when the True Dhamma of Lord Buddha is shining again and for having access to the teachings of Ven. Waharaka Abayarathanalankara Thero…
    Through the Posts of Lal who is fluent in Sinhala and English… A rare combination…
    But, Mr. Lal, are not a mere translator, but someone who understands the Sublime Dhamma of Lord Buddha and knows how to transmit it with his own words and through his own understanding, transmit the Dhamma Sublime in a way that we can understand it either.
    May all of you attain Magga Phala in this very Life
    Anumodana
    Lair

    Lvalio
    Participant

    Hello Upekkha,
    I am very sorry about it and I did not see your comment in due course.
    But maybe I can still help… So I’m going to make a comment
    I’ve been a doctor for a long time and I have an employee (assistant) in my home who had exactly these symptoms. He sought the Public Health Service in São Paulo, Brazil and was medicated with Olanzapine (see below):
    “Olanzapine is a medication that works in the brain to treat schizophrenia. It is also known as a second-generation antipsychotic (SGA) or atypical antipsychotic. Olanzapine rebalances dopamine and serotonin to improve thinking, mood, and behavior.
    Olanzapine (Zyprexa) | NAMI: National Alliance on Mental …”
    And he’s been using this medication for three years. With that he became completely normal. Never heard voices again, married and has two children and lives very well with his wife…
    I hope you have managed to regain your health and I want to tell you all that I am here for advice for any questions about physical health…(to all of you)…
    My email is: [email protected]
    Thank you very much to all of you.
    Anumodana

    in reply to: Dharma is mundane, not sacred #27729
    Lvalio
    Participant

    Thank you very Much SengKiat!
    May the blessings of the Buddha, Dhamma and Samgha be with you always!

    in reply to: Dharma is mundane, not sacred #27706
    Lvalio
    Participant

    Y Not said: “I often listen to Dharmayai Obai sermons”
    Please give me the link to taht Sermns?

    in reply to: Dharma is mundane, not sacred #27684
    Lvalio
    Participant

    Yes Y not, You’re right
    The person that listen to desana heard wrong… (incidentally, the audio of the video was very bad). To understand well you would have to listen several times. I saw the whole video with sound and subtitles, the subtitles generated automatically … (1 h and 13 minutes), they’re worse than audio. It is necessary to improve the Equipment to have a better sound quality, because the experience of Venerable Ajahn Mudito is enormous and he is very sincere and his lectures are rich in teaching…
    But he speaks Karma is mundane (not dharma is mundane).
    Dharma can be discovered by a Buddha. Not ordinary human beings. If it were mundane, everyone could understand it directly without even the buddha’s teaching…
    The Dhamma Is SACRED…
    This was my response to the post in Portuguese at the SBB Forum (Buddhist Society of Brazil)
    I have to apologize to all of you for trusting a line from an unknown person…

    in reply to: Paṭha­ma­sañce­tani­ka Sutta (AN 10.217) #27563
    Lvalio
    Participant

    I was lost in this discussion, I was not understanding anything, but now with this last post of Lal, I came to understand the context very well. Exactly the Correct Dhamma (SathDamma!)
    Thank You very much Mr. Lal again. We are all in debt to you…
    May the blessings of Lord Buddha, Dhamma and Samgha be with all of you…
    Thank You Very Much, again…

    in reply to: Can Kamma be inherited? #27490
    Lvalio
    Participant

    That’s a true story…
    The politician didn’t actually steal by himself just accepted the money (or other valuable things) that was sent to him, most of the time, I believe, it wasn’t in kind, but similar ways, I think.
    I believe the heirs are not responsible and do not inherit the bad Kamma from the Father, however they could be generous with the money helping relatives and other known and needy people by being generous to them. However, as I know, they have completely forgotten all their relatives and friends who have encountered difficulties…
    That’s your real kamma…

    Lvalio
    Participant

    Yes, Y Not! Very similar to that…

    Lvalio
    Participant

    Thank you very much Lal for your quick and decisive response! I have noticed that your posts and your updates are getting better and better, maybe the Forum was decisive so that V.S. could better understand the need for each of us who are chronic users of PureDhamma.net!
    As V.S. could see, I’m getting posts on the Forum! Thank you very much again!

    in reply to: Fast track? #27127
    Lvalio
    Participant

    I think Fast Track really exists, but it’s not exactly “fast track” but “INSIGHT”!
    I’ll explain this below as follows. You start by reading, learning, talking about the same subject, in this case “Buddha Dhamma…”
    Just as time goes by, ideas and comments sedimented and accumulating, or seeds of wisdom. Upon reaching a certain level begin to extract and suddenly a jump appears and the understanding appears. That doesn’t happen all the time, but sometimes. Probably happened to all of us several times (not many). In this case it is called insight and has already been perceived by other scientific and philosophic followings…

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