New / Revised Posts

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New Posts:

Anicca Nature – Not Possible to Overcome Suffering in This World – 7/27/21 (in the new “Basic Framework of Buddha Dhamma” subsection)

Anicca Nature, the First Noble Truth, and Paṭicca Samuppāda – 7/21/21 (in the new “Basic Framework of Buddha Dhamma” subsection)

Noble Truths, Paṭicca Samuppāda, Tilakkhana – Key Relationships – 7/14/21 (in the new “Basic Framework of Buddha Dhamma” subsection)

Buddha Dhamma – Noble Truths, Paṭicca Samuppāda, Tilakkhana – 7/2/21 (in the new “Basic Framework of Buddha Dhamma” subsection)

Introduction -2 – The Three Categories of Suffering – 6/20/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda in Plain English” subsection)

Rebirth – Connection to Suffering in the First Noble Truth  – 6/8/21 (in the “Working Towards Good Rebirths” subsection)

Six Root Causes – Loka Samudaya (Arising of Suffering) and Loka Nirodhaya (Nibbāna) – 6/4/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Generating Kammic Energy in the “Upādāna Paccayā Bhava” Step – 5/7/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Key Steps of Kammic Energy Accumulation – 5/1/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Dukkha Samudaya Starts With Samphassa-Jā-Vedanā – 4/23/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Loka Sutta – Origin and Cessation of the World – 4/16/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Where Are Memories “Stored”? – Connection to Pañcakkhandha – 4/7/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Bhava and Punabbhava – Kammic Energy Giving Rise to Renewed Existence – 3/28/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Bhava – Kammic Energy That Can Power an Existence – 3/21/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Jāti – Different Types of Births – 3/14/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Icchā, Taṇhā, Kāma – Root Causes Of Suffering– 3/7/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Pañca Nīvaraṇa and Sensual Pleasures (Kāma) – 2/28/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Nibbāna – Rāgakkhaya Dosakkhaya Mohakkhaya – Part 1 – 2/19/21 (in the “Paṭicca Samuppāda – Essential Concepts” subsection)

Anatta and Sakkāya Diṭṭhi – Two Different Concepts – 2/13/21 (in the “Sakkāya Diṭṭhi and Paṭicca Samuppāda” subsection)

Re-wrote the post, “What Reincarnates? – Concept of a Lifestream” –  2/8/21 (re-wrote and moved to “Sakkāya Diṭṭhi and Paṭicca Samuppāda” subsection)

Sakkāya Diṭṭhi – Wrong View of “Me” and “Mine” – 2/5/21 (in the NEW “Sakkāya Diṭṭhi and Paṭicca Samuppāda” subsection)

Saṅkhāra – What It Really Means (re-written) – 1/24/21 (in the “Mental Aggregates” subsection)

Arising of the Five Aggregates With an Ārammaṇa – 1/20/21 (in the “Understanding the Terms in Paṭicca Samuppāda” subsection)

Phassa (Contact) – Contact With Pasāda Rupa – 1/15/21 (in the “Understanding the Terms in Paṭicca Samuppāda” subsection)

Citta Vithi – Fundamental Sensory Unit – 1/6/21 (in the “Understanding the Terms in Paṭicca Samuppāda” subsection)

Interpretation of the Tipiṭaka – Gandhabba Example – 12/30/20 (in the “Antarābhava and Gandhabba” subsection)

How Do We See? – Role of the Gandhabba – 12/22/20 (in the “Brain and the Gandhabba” subsection)

Antarābhava Discussion in Kathāvatthu – Not Relevant to Gandhabba – 12/16/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Antarābhava – No Connection to Gandhabba – 12/11/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Abhidhamma Piṭaka – Deeper Analyses of Concepts – 12/3/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Vinaya Piṭaka – More Than Disciplinary Rules – 11/26/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Pāli Canon Is Self-Contained but Requires Detailed Explanation – 11/19/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Tipiṭaka – The Uniqueness of Buddha Dhamma – 11/11/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Nāma Loka and Rupa Loka – Two Parts of Our World – 11/4/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Ārammaṇa Plays a Critical Role in a Sensory Event – 10/28/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Response to a Sensory Stimulus – Role of Gati/Anusaya – 10/21/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Rupa and Rupakkhandha, Nāma and Nāmagotta – 10/16/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Autobiographical Memory – Preserved in Nāma Loka – 10/9/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Memory Recall for Gandhabba in a Human Body – 10/2/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Patient H.M. – Different Roles of Brain in Memory – 9/25/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Persistent Vegetative State – Buddhist View – 9/18/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Gandhabba in a Human Body – an Analogy – 9/11/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Mind Is Not in the Brain – 9/6/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Kammic Energy Leads to Consciousness – 8/29/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Sensual Pleasures – The Hidden Suffering – 8/22/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Mind and Matter – Buddhist Analysis – 8/15/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Theories of Our World – Scientific Overview – 8/9/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

Introduction – A Scientific Approach to Buddha Dhamma – 7/31/20 (in the “Buddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach” subsection)

 

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