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LESSON 3120 Sat 14 Sep 2019


DHAMMA Suttas word by word and the Constitution of our Country -
Complete Course on our Dhamma and Polity  for the welfare, happiness and peace of all Awakened Aboriginal
Societies and for their Eternal Bliss as Final Goal.

When a just born baby is kept
isolated without anyone communicating with the baby, after a few days it
will speak and human natural (Prakrit) language known as
Classical Magahi Magadhi/Classical Chandaso language/Magadhi Prakrit/Classical Hela Basa (Hela Language)/Classical Pali which are the same. Buddha spoke in Magadhi. All the 7111 languages and dialects are off shoot of Classical
Magahi Magadhi. Hence all of them are Classical in nature (Prakrit) of
Human Beings, just like all other living speices have their own natural
languages for communication. 111 languages are translated by

Section on Postures-The Prince and the Servant-Natural Human Language in Classical Slovenian-Klasična slovenska,
Satipaṭṭhāna 111 1.2 Section on Postures

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Explanation 3:00
Guided Meditation on Postures 4:00
Explanation of Postures 8:22

B. Iriyāpatha Pabba

ca·paraṃ, bhikkhave, bhikkhu gacchanto vā ‘gacchāmī’ ti pajānāti, ṭhito
vā ‘ṭhitomhī’ ti pajānāti, nisinno vā ‘nisinnomhī’ ti pajānāti, sayāno
vā ‘sayānomhī’ ti pajānāti. Yathā yathā vā pan·assa kāyo paṇihito hoti,
tathā tathā naṃ pajānāti. 

B. Section on postures

bhikkhus, a bhikkhu, while walking, understands: ‘I am walking’, or
while standing he understands: ‘I am standing’, or while sitting he
understands: ‘I am sitting’, or while lying down he understands: ‘I am
lying down’. Or else, in whichever position his kāya is disposed, he
understands it accordingly. 

பிக்கு, நடந்து செல்லும் பொழுது, ‘நான் நடந்து செல்கிறேன்’,என அவர்
அறிந்துகொள்கிறார்.அல்லது நின்று கொண்டிருக்கிற பொழுது, ‘நான் நின்று
கொண்டிருக்கிகிறேன்’, என அவர் அறிந்துகொள்கிறார்:அல்லது உட்கார்ந்திருக்கிற
பொழுது, ‘நான் உட்கார்ந்திருக்கிறேன்’, என அவர் அறிந்துகொள்கிறார்: அல்லது
படுத்திருத்திருக்கிற பொழுது, ‘நான் படுத்திருத்திருக்கிறேன்’,என அவர்
அறிந்துகொள்கிறார்: தவிர அவர் kāya உடல்அமர்வுநிலை எதுவாக தீர்வு
செய்கிறாரோ அதன்படிபுரிந்து கொள்கிறார்.

Iti ajjhattaṃ vā kāye kāyānupassī
viharati, bahiddhā vā kāye kāyānupassī viharati, ajjhatta-bahiddhā vā
kāye kāyānupassī viharati; samudaya-dhamm·ānupassī vā kāyasmiṃ viharati,
vaya-dhamm·ānupassī vā kāyasmiṃ viharati, samudaya-vaya-dhamm·ānupassī
vā kāyasmiṃ viharati; ‘atthi kāyo’ ti vā pan·assa sati paccupaṭṭhitā
hoti, yāvadeva ñāṇa·mattāya paṭissati·mattāya,{1} a·nissito ca viharati,
na ca kiñci loke upādiyati. Evam·pi kho, bhikkhave, bhikkhu kāye
kāyānupassī viharati. 

Thus he dwells observing kāya in kāya
internally, or he dwells observing kāya in kāya externally, or he dwells
observing kāya in kāya internally and externally; he dwells observing
the samudaya of phenomena in kāya, or he dwells observing the passing
away of phenomena in kāya, or he dwells observing the samudaya and
passing away of phenomena in kāya; or else, [realizing:] “this is kāya!”
sati is present in him, just to the extent of mere ñāṇa and mere
paṭissati, he dwells detached, and does not cling to anything in the
world. Thus, bhikkhus, a bhikkhu dwells observing kāya in kāya. 

இவ்வாறு அவர் kāya in kāya
உடல்/காயத்தை காயதுக்குள் கண்காணி வாசம் செய்கிரார், அல்லது காயத்தை
காயதுக்கு வெளியே கண்காணி வாசம் செய்கிரார், அல்லது காயத்தை காயதுக்கு
உள்ளே மற்றும் வெளியே கண்காணி வாசம் செய்கிரார்;புலன்களால் உணரத்தக்க
எழுச்சி கண்காணி வாசம் செய்கிரார், மற்றும் புலன்களால் உணரத்தக்கதை
கடந்துசெல்லுவதை கண்காணித்து வாசம் செய்கிரார்; இல்லாவிடில்
எச்சரிக்கையாயிருக்கிற உணர் உடனிருக்கிறதை,சும்மா வெறும் ஓர்அளவு ஞானம்
மற்றும் ஓர்அளவு paṭissati என எண்ணி பற்றறு வாசம் செய்கிரார்.

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Channa - The Divine Charioteer (Pali: Channa; Sanskrit: Chandaka) (6th
century BCE, in what is now Bihar and Uttar Pradesh, India) was a royal
servant and head charioteer of Prince Siddhartha, who was to become the
Buddha. Channa later became a disciple of the Buddha and achieved
arahantship, as is described in the 78th verse of the Dhammapada.

Channa was a servant in the court of King Śuddhodana who was entrusted
to attend to the needs of Siddhartha, who had been lavished and pampered
in a series of purpose-built palaces in order to shield him from
thoughts of pain and suffering. This was done due to a prophecy by the
ascetic Asita, who predicted that Siddhartha would renounce the throne
to become a spiritual leader were he to contemplate human suffering.
Channa was the servant who served as the charioteer pulled by the horse
Kanthaka, when Siddhartha saw the Four sights whilst meeting his
subjects in the Sakya capital Kapilavastu, which prompted his decision
to renounce the world.
During these expeditions, Channa explained to
Siddhartha the sights of an elderly man, a sick person, a dead person
whose funeral was being conducted and finally, an ascetic who had
renounced worldly life for a spiritual one, as Siddhartha who had been
secluded from such sights within the palace was taken aback. Channa was
later entrusted by Siddhartha to accompany him upon his escape from the
palace to become an ascetic, whilst the remainder of the palace guards
were asleep.
After initially protesting and refusing to accept that
Siddhartha would leave him, Channa saddled Kanthaka, guiding him out of
the town aboard the horse to a forest by the edge of the Anoma River.
Channa returned Siddhartha’s acoutrements, weapons and hair to
Suddhodarnha upon his return to the palace, after Siddhartha compelled
him to return after Channa had refused to leave him.
Siddhartha’s enlightenment as Gautama Buddha and return to Kapilavastu,
Channa became a Buddhist monk, joining the Sangha. Due to his lone
accompaniment of the Buddha on his renouncement, Channa behaved in an
overbearing way to the other monks, and frequently criticized the two
chief disciples Sariputta and Moggallana. In spite of continual advice
from The Buddha he continued to abuse the other monks. Prior to the
parinibbana, the Buddha instructed Ananda to impose the brahmadanda on
Channa, whereby the other monks would simply ignore him. After the
parinibbana, Channa learned of the decree, and feeling remorse for his
behaviour, he fainted three times before asking and obtaining pardon. He
eventually became an arahant.
§ 19. The Prince and the Servant 1. Channa too should have gone back
home with Kanthaka.But he refused to go. He insisted on seeing the
Prince off with Kanthakaat least to the banks of the river Anoma, and so
insistent was Channa thatthe Gautama had to yield to his wishes.
2. At last they reached the banks of the river Anoma.
3. Then turning to Channa he said, “Good friend,thy devotion to me
has been proved by thy thus following me. I am whollywon in heart by
thee, ye who have such a love for your master.
4. “I am pleased with your noble feelings towardsme, even though I am powerless of conferring [=to confer] any reward.
5. “Who would not be favourably disposed to onewho stands to him as
bringing him reward? But even one’s own people commonlybecome mere
strangers in a reverse of fortune.
6. “A son is brought up for
the sake of the family;the father is honoured by the son for the sake of
his own future support;the world shows kindness for the sake of hope;
there is no such thing asunselfishness without a motive.
7. “Thou art the only exception. Take now this horseand return.
8. “The king, with his loving confidence still unshaken,must be enjoined to stay his grief.
9. “Tell him, I have left him–with no thirst forheaven, with no lack of love, nor feeling of anger.
10. “He should not think of mourning for me whoam thus gone forth
from my home; union, however long it may last, in timewill come to an
11. “Since separation is certain, how shall therenot be repeated severings from one’s kindred?
12. “At a man’s death there are doubtless heirsto his wealth, but
heirs to his merit are hard to find on the earth, orexist not at all.
13. “The king, my father, requires to be lookedafter. The king may
say, ‘He is gone at a wrong time.’ But there is nowrong time for duty.
14. “Do thou address the king, O friend, with theseand suchlike
words; and do thou use thy efforts so that he may not evenremember me.
15. “Yes, do thou repeat to my mother my utter unworthinessto
deserve her affection. She is a noble person, too noble for words.”
16. Having heard these words, Channa, overwhelmedwith grief, made reply with folded hands, his voice choked by emotion:
17. “Seeing that ye are causing affliction to thykindred, my mind, O my Lord, sinks down like an elephant in a river ofmud.
18. “To whom would not such a determination as thisof thine, cause
tears, even if his heart were of iron–how much more ifit were throbbing
with love?
19. “Where is gone this delicacy of limb, fit tolie
only in a palace, and where [in comparison] is the ground of the ascetic
forest, covered with the shoots of rough Kusa grass?
20. “How
could I, O Prince, by mine own will, –knowingthis thy decision,–carry
back the horse to the sorrow of Kapilavatsu?
21. “Surely thou will not abandon that fond oldking, so devoted to his son, as a heretic might the true religion? .
22. “And her, thy second mother, worn with the careof bringing thee
up,–thou will not surely forget her, as an ingrate doesa benefit?

23. “Thou wilt not surely abandon thy wife endowedwith all virtues,
illustrious for her family, devoted to her husband andwith a young son.
24. “Thou wilt not abandon the young son of Yeshodhara,worthy of
all praise, thou the best of the cherishers of religion and fame,as a
dissolute spendthrift his choicest glory?
25. “Or even if thy
mind be resolved to abandonthy kindred and thy kingdom, thou will not, O
Master, abandon me,–thyfeet are my only refuge.
26. “I cannot go to the city with my soul thus burning,leaving thee behind in the forest.
27. “What will the king say to me, returning tothe city without
thee, or what shall I say to thy wife by way of tellingthem good news?
28. “As for what thou sayest, thou must repeatmy unworthiness to
the king’, who could think or believe it?” continuedChanna. “Even if I
ventured to speak it, with a heart ashamed and a tonguecleaving to my
mouth, he may not appreciate it.
29. “Him who is always
compassionate and whonever fails to feel pity, it ill befits to abandon
one who loves; turnback and have mercy on me.”
30. Having heard these words of Channa overcomewith sorrow, Siddharth Gautama with the utmost gentleness answered:
31. “Abandon this distress ,Channa, regarding thyseparation from
me,–change is inevitable in corporeal beings who are subjectto
different births.
32. “Even. if I, through affection, were not
toabandon my kindred, death would still make us helplessly abandon one
33. “She, my mother, by whom I was born in the wombwith
great thirst and pains,–where am I now with regard to her, and whereis
she with regard to me?
34. “As birds go to their roosting-tree and thendepart, so the meeting of beings inevitably ends in separation.
35. “As clouds, having come together, depart asunderagain, such I consider the meeting and parting of living things.
36. “And since this world goes away, each one deceivingthe
other,–it is not right to think anything thine own in a time of
unionwhich is a dread.
37. “Therefore, since it is so, grieve not, my goodfriend, but go; or if thy love lingers, then go and afterwards return.
38. “Say without reproaching me, to the people ofKapilavatsu, ‘Let your love for him be given up, and hear his resolve.’”
39. Having heard this conversation between the masterand the
servant, Kanthaka, the noblest steed, licked his [=Gautam’s] feetwith
his tongue and dropped hot tears.
40. With his hand whose
fingers were untied [=notjoined] with a membrane, and which was marked
with the auspicious svastika,and with its middle part curved, Gautama
stroked him and addressed himlike a friend:
41. “Shed not tears, Kanthaka, bear with it, thylabours will soon have its [=their] fruit.”
42. Then Channa, knowing that the time for the partingof the ways
had come, forthwith paid honour to the sylvan dress of Gautama.
43. Then Gautama, having bidden good-bye to Kanthakaand Channa, went on his way.
44. While his master, thus regardless of his kingdom,was going to
the ascetic-wood in mean garments, the groom, tossing up hisarms, wailed
bitterly and fell on the ground.
45. Having looked back again
he wept aloud, andembraced the horse Kanthaka with his arms; and then,
hopeless and repeatedlylamenting, started on his return journey.

46. On the way, sometimes he pondered, sometimeshe lamented, sometimes
he stumbled, and sometimes he fell; and so goingalong, wretched through
his devoted attachment, he performed all kindsof actions on the road,
knowing not what he was doing.
§ 19. இளவரசனும் வேலைக்காரனும்

1. சன்னாவும் காந்தகாவுடன் வீடு திரும்பியிருக்க வேண்டும். ஆனால் அவர்
செல்ல மறுத்துவிட்டார். இளவரசர் காந்தகாவுடன் அனோமா நதிக்கரையாவது பார்க்க
வேண்டும் என்று அவர் வலியுறுத்தினார், மேலும் சன்னாவை வற்புறுத்தினார், க
ut தமா தனது விருப்பத்திற்கு இணங்க வேண்டியிருந்தது.
2. கடைசியில் அவர்கள் அனோமா ஆற்றின் கரையை அடைந்தார்கள்.
3. பின்னர் சன்னா பக்கம் திரும்பி, “நல்ல நண்பரே, நீங்கள் என்னைப்
பின்தொடர்ந்ததன் மூலம் என் மீதான உங்கள் பக்தி நிரூபிக்கப்பட்டுள்ளது.
உங்கள் எஜமானிடம் அத்தகைய அன்பு கொண்டவர்களே, நான் உன்னால் முழு மனதில்
4. “எந்தவொரு வெகுமதியையும் வழங்குவதற்கு நான்
சக்தியற்றவனாக இருந்தாலும், என்னைப் பற்றிய உன்னதமான உணர்வுகளால் நான்
5. “தனக்கு வெகுமதியைக் கொடுப்பதாக தனக்கு
ஆதரவாக நிற்கும் ஒருவருக்கு யார் சாதகமாக விலக மாட்டார்கள்? ஆனால் ஒருவரின்
சொந்த மக்கள் கூட பொதுவாக அதிர்ஷ்டத்தின் தலைகீழாக வெறும் அந்நியர்களாக
6. “குடும்பத்திற்காக ஒரு மகன் வளர்க்கப்படுகிறான்;
தந்தை தன் எதிர்கால ஆதரவிற்காக மகனால் க honored ரவிக்கப்படுகிறார்;
நம்பிக்கையின் பொருட்டு உலகம் இரக்கத்தைக் காட்டுகிறது; தன்னலமற்ற தன்மை
எதுவுமில்லை நோக்கம்.
7. “நீ மட்டும் விதிவிலக்கு. இப்போது இந்த குதிரையை எடுத்துக்கொண்டு திரும்பு.
8. “ராஜா, தனது அன்பான நம்பிக்கையுடன் இன்னும் அசைக்கமுடியாத
நிலையில், தனது வருத்தத்தைத் தக்கவைக்கும்படி கட்டளையிடப்பட வேண்டும்.

9. “அவரிடம் சொல்லுங்கள், நான் அவரை விட்டுவிட்டேன் - சொர்க்கத்திற்கான
தாகமும் இல்லாமல், அன்பின் பற்றாக்குறையும், கோப உணர்வும் இல்லாமல்.

10. “என் வீட்டிலிருந்து வெளியேறிய என்னைப் பற்றி அவர் துக்கப்படுவதை
அவர் நினைக்கக்கூடாது; தொழிற்சங்கம், அது எவ்வளவு காலம் நீடித்தாலும்,
காலப்போக்கில் முடிவுக்கு வரும்.
11. “பிரிவினை நிச்சயம் என்பதால், ஒருவரின் உறவினர்களிடமிருந்து எவ்வாறு மீண்டும் மீண்டும் பிரிக்கப்படக்கூடாது?
12. “ஒரு மனிதனின் மரணத்தில் அவனது செல்வத்திற்கு வாரிசுகள் என்பதில்
சந்தேகமில்லை, ஆனால் அவனுடைய தகுதிக்கு வாரிசுகள் பூமியில் கிடைப்பது
கடினம், அல்லது இல்லை.
13. “ராஜா, என் தந்தை, கவனிக்கப்பட
வேண்டும். ராஜா, ‘அவர் ஒரு தவறான நேரத்தில் போய்விட்டார்’ என்று சொல்லலாம்.
ஆனால் கடமைக்கு தவறான நேரம் இல்லை.
14. “நண்பரே, ராஜாவையும்,
இதுபோன்ற வார்த்தைகளையும் கொண்டு உரையாடுங்கள்; அவர் என்னை நினைவில்
கொள்ளாதபடிக்கு உங்கள் முயற்சிகளைப் பயன்படுத்துங்கள்.
15. “ஆமாம்,
என் அம்மாவின் பாசத்திற்கு தகுதியற்ற என் தகுதியற்ற தன்மையை நீ மீண்டும்
சொல்கிறாய். அவள் ஒரு உன்னத மனிதர், வார்த்தைகளுக்கு மிகவும் உன்னதமானவள்.”
16. இந்த வார்த்தைகளைக் கேட்ட சன்னா, துக்கத்தில் மூழ்கி, மடிந்த
கைகளால் பதிலளித்தார், அவரது குரல் உணர்ச்சியால் மூச்சுத் திணறியது:

17. “நீங்கள் உமது குடும்பத்தினருக்கு துன்பத்தை ஏற்படுத்துவதைப்
பார்த்து, என் ஆண்டவரே, என் மனம் மண் நதியில் யானை போல மூழ்கிவிடுகிறது.
18. “உன்னுடையது போன்ற ஒரு உறுதிப்பாடு யாருக்கு, இருதயத்தால்
ஆனாலும், கண்ணீரை உண்டாக்காது - அது அன்பினால் துடித்தால் இன்னும் எவ்வளவு?
19. “இந்த கால்களின் சுவையானது எங்கே போய்விட்டது, ஒரு அரண்மனையில்
மட்டுமே பொய் சொல்ல ஏற்றது, மற்றும் [ஒப்பிடுகையில்] சந்நியாசி காடுகளின்
மைதானம், கடினமான குசா புல் தளிர்களால் மூடப்பட்டிருக்கும்?
20. “இளவரசே, என் விருப்பப்படி, - உமது முடிவை அறிந்து, - குதிரையை கபிலவாட்சுவின் துக்கத்திற்கு கொண்டு செல்வது எப்படி?
21. “நிச்சயமாக, அவருடைய மகனுக்காக அர்ப்பணித்த அந்த அன்பான வயதான
ராஜாவை நீங்கள் கைவிட மாட்டீர்கள், உண்மையான மதத்தை ஒரு மதவெறியராகக்
22. “உன்னுடைய இரண்டாவது தாயான அவள், உன்னை
வளர்ப்பதில் அக்கறையுடன் அணிந்திருக்கிறாள் - ஒரு நன்றியுணர்வைப் பலன்
அளிப்பதைப் போல நீ அவளை நிச்சயமாக மறக்க மாட்டாயா?
“கணவனுக்கும் ஒரு இளம் மகனுக்கும் அர்ப்பணித்த, அவளுடைய குடும்பத்திற்கு
சிறப்பான, எல்லா நற்பண்புகளையும் உடைய உன் மனைவியை நிச்சயமாக நீங்கள் கைவிட
24. “எல்லா புகழிற்கும் தகுதியான யேசோதராவின் இளம்
மகனை நீ கைவிடமாட்டாய், மதம் மற்றும் புகழ் பெற்றவர்களில் மிகச் சிறந்தவனே,
கரைந்தவனாக அவனது சிறந்த மகிமையைக் கழிக்கிறாயா?
26. “உன்னை காட்டில் விட்டுவிட்டு, என் ஆத்துமா இவ்வாறு எரியும் நகரத்திற்கு என்னால் செல்ல முடியாது.
27. “நீ இல்லாமல் நகரத்திற்குத் திரும்புகிற ராஜா என்னிடம் என்ன
சொல்வார், அல்லது உங்கள் மனைவியிடம் நற்செய்தியைச் சொல்வதன் மூலம் நான்
அவர்களுக்கு என்ன சொல்வேன்?
28. “நீங்கள் சொல்வதைப் பொறுத்தவரை,
ராஜாவிடம் என் தகுதியற்ற தன்மையை நீங்கள் மீண்டும் சொல்ல வேண்டும், அதை
யார் சிந்திக்கவோ நம்பவோ முடியும்?” தொடர்ந்த சன்னா. “நான் அதைப் பேசத்
துணிந்தாலும், வெட்கப்பட்ட இதயத்துடனும், என் வாய்க்கு ஒரு நாக்கையும்
பிடுங்கிக் கொண்டாலும், அவர் அதைப் பாராட்டாமல் இருக்கலாம்.
29. “எப்பொழுதும் இரக்கமுள்ளவனாகவும், ஒருபோதும் பரிதாபப்படத் தவறாதவனாகவும், நேசிப்பவனைக் கைவிடுவது சரியானது;
30. சன்னாவின் இந்த வார்த்தைகளைக் கேட்டு துக்கத்தைத் தாண்டி, சித்தார்த் க ut தமா மிகுந்த மென்மையுடன் பதிலளித்தார்:
31. “இந்த துயரத்தை கைவிடுங்கள், சன்னா, நீ என்னிடமிருந்து
பிரிந்ததைப் பற்றி, - வெவ்வேறு பிறப்புகளுக்கு உட்பட்ட கார்போரியல்
மனிதர்களில் மாற்றம் தவிர்க்க முடியாதது.
32. “நான், பாசத்தின் மூலம், என் உறவினர்களைக் கைவிடாவிட்டாலும், மரணம் நம்மை ஒருவரையொருவர் உதவியற்ற முறையில் கைவிட வைக்கும்.
33. “அவள், என் அம்மா, நான் கருப்பையில் மிகுந்த தாகத்துடனும்
வேதனையுடனும் பிறந்தேன், - அவளைப் பற்றி நான் இப்போது எங்கே இருக்கிறேன்,
என்னைப் பொறுத்தவரை அவள் எங்கே?
34. “பறவைகள் அவற்றின் வளரும்
மரத்திற்குச் சென்று பின்னர் புறப்படுவதால், மனிதர்களின் சந்திப்பு
தவிர்க்க முடியாமல் பிரிவில் முடிகிறது.
35. “மேகங்களாக, ஒன்றுகூடி, மீண்டும் பிரிந்து செல்லுங்கள், உயிரினங்களின் சந்திப்பு மற்றும் பிரிவை நான் கருதுகிறேன்.
36. “மேலும், இந்த உலகம் விலகிச் செல்வதால், ஒவ்வொன்றும் மற்றொன்றை
ஏமாற்றுகின்றன, - ஒன்றிணைந்த நேரத்தில் உங்களுடைய எதையும் நினைப்பது
37. “ஆகையால், என் நல்ல நண்பரே, வருத்தப்படாதே, ஆனால் போ; அல்லது உமது அன்பு நீடித்தால், போய் திரும்பிச் செல்லுங்கள்.
38. “என்னை நிந்திக்காமல் சொல்லுங்கள், கபிலவாட்சுவிடம், ‘அவர்மீது
உங்கள் அன்பு கைவிடப்பட வேண்டும், அவருடைய தீர்மானத்தைக் கேளுங்கள்.’”

39. எஜமானருக்கும் வேலைக்காரனுக்கும் இடையிலான இந்த உரையாடலைக் கேட்ட
காந்தகா, உன்னதமான ஸ்டீட், தனது [= க ut தமின்] கால்களை நாக்கால் நக்கி,
சூடான கண்ணீரைக் கைவிட்டார்.
40. அவரது கையால் விரல்களை அவிழ்த்து
[= சேரவில்லை] ஒரு சவ்வுடன், மற்றும் நல்ல ஸ்வஸ்திகாவால் குறிக்கப்பட்டு,
அதன் நடுப்பகுதி வளைந்த நிலையில், க ut தமா அவரைத் தாக்கி ஒரு நண்பரைப் போல
41. “கண்ணீர் விடாதீர்கள், காந்தகா, அதைத் தாங்கிக் கொள்ளுங்கள், உங்களது உழைப்புக்கு விரைவில் அதன் [=] பழம் கிடைக்கும்.”
42. பின்னர் சன்னா, வழிகளைப் பிரிப்பதற்கான நேரம் வந்துவிட்டது என்பதை
அறிந்ததும், க ut தமாவின் சில்வன் ஆடைக்கு உடனடியாக மரியாதை செலுத்தினார்.
43. பின்னர் க Ga தம, காந்தகாவிற்கும் சன்னாவுக்கும் விடைபெற்று, தனது வழியில் சென்றார்.
45. மீண்டும் திரும்பிப் பார்த்த அவர் சத்தமாக அழுதார், காந்தகா என்ற
குதிரையை தனது கரங்களால் தழுவினார்; பின்னர், நம்பிக்கையற்ற மற்றும்
மீண்டும் மீண்டும் புலம்புவது, அவர் திரும்பும் பயணத்தில் தொடங்கியது.

46. வழியில், சில சமயங்களில் அவர் யோசித்தார், சில சமயங்களில் அவர்
புலம்பினார், சில சமயங்களில் தடுமாறினார், சில சமயங்களில் அவர் விழுந்தார்;
எனவே, தனது அர்ப்பணிப்புடன் இணைந்ததன் மூலம், அவர் என்ன செய்கிறார் என்று
தெரியாமல் சாலையில் அனைத்து வகையான செயல்களையும் செய்தார்.

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key teachers to introduce Buddhist mindfulness practice to the West. As
the Buddha teaches…A Generous Heart Is The Source of Happiness. It tears
down walls. It connects you to others. May the blessings of all your
generosity spread goodness to you and all beings.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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9. Wildmind Buddhist Meditation

Wildmind Buddhist MeditationUSA
About Blog Wildmind’s mission is to benefit the world by promoting
mindfulness and compassion through the practice of Buddhist meditation.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
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10. Wild Fox Zen

Wild Fox ZenGlobal About Blog
A fox entirely at peace with his spirituality who also organizes open
sessions (we were desperate to get that in) in Pittsburgh. Explore the
world’s faith through different perspectives on religion and
spirituality! Patheos has the views of the prevalent religions and
spiritualities of the world.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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11. His Holiness The Dalai Lama of Tibet

His Holiness The Dalai Lama of TibetDharamsala, India About Blog
His Holiness is the spiritual leader of the Tibetan people. He
frequently states that his life is guided by three major commitments:
the promotion of basic human values or secular ethics in the interest of
human happiness, the fostering of inter-religious harmony and the
preservation of Tibet’s Buddhist culture, a culture of peace and
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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12. Plum Village

Plum VillagePlum Village, France About Blog
Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh is a global spiritual leader, poet and peace
activist, revered around the world for his powerful teachings and
bestselling writings on mindfulness and peace. He is the man Martin
Luther King called ‘An Apostle of peace and nonviolence.’ His key
teaching is that, through mindfulness, we can learn to live happily in
the present moment—the only way to truly develop peace.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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13. Kadampa Buddhism

Kadampa BuddhismWorldwide About Blog
The New Kadampa Tradition International Kadampa Buddhist Union is an
international association of Mahayana Buddhist study and meditation
centres that follow the Kadampa Buddhist tradition founded by Venerable
Geshe Kelsang Gyatso.
Frequency about 5 posts per week.
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14. Soka Gakkai International USA

Soka Gakkai International USAUnited States About Blog
SGI-USA is an American lay Buddhist organization practicing the
life-affirming philosophy of Nichiren Buddhism. Through the daily
practice of chanting Nam Myoho Renge Kyo-the title of the Lotus
Sutra-members call forth their innermost courage, wisdom, and compassion
to overcome challenges in their daily life.
Frequency about 6 posts per week.
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15. San Francisco Zen Center

San Francisco Zen CenterSan Francisco About Blog
San Francisco Zen Center is a Soto Zen community where the offerings of
zazen, study and work practice are available to a diverse population of
students, visitors, lay people, priests, and monks. Our practice flows
from the insight that all beings are Buddha, and that sitting in
meditation is itself the realization of Buddha nature, or enlightenment.
Frequency about 2 posts per week.
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16. Buddha Weekly: Buddhist Practices, Mindfulness, Meditation

Buddha Weekly: Buddhist Practices, Mindfulness, MeditationAbout Blog
Buddha Weekly is a Buddhist magazine focused on Vajrayana, Mahayana and
Hinayana. Our mission is making Buddhism in all its wonderful forms
accessible. Buddha Weekly Online Magazine, published since 2007, takes a
topical approach to modern Buddhist feature writing. Topics of interest
to modern Buddhists, from the multiple points-of-view of many teachers.
Frequency about 3 posts per week.
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17. Tergar

TergarTergar Monastery, Bodhgaya About Blog
The meditation community guided by Yongey Mingyur RInpoche. Tergar
community of meditation centers and practice groups provides a
comprehensive course of meditation training and study, with programs for
Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike. The mission of the Tergar Meditation
Community is to make the ancient practice of meditation accessible to
the modern world.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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18. Left Brain Buddha

Left Brain BuddhaMinneapolis, MN About Blog
Left Brain Buddha is about living and parenting mindfully, joyfully,
and thought-fully, especially in left-brain, analytical lives. You can
incorporate mindfulness into your life regardless of your religious
affiliation. While mindfulness is based in part on the Theravada
Buddhist tradition, these secular programs present the psychological
teachings of mindfulness without Buddhist metaphysics.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
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19. Insight Meditation Society - Tranquility. Wisdom. Compassion.

Insight Meditation Society - Tranquility. Wisdom. Compassion.Barre, Massachusetts USA About Blog
IMS is a spiritual refuge for all who seek freedom of mind and heart.
We offer meditation retreats rooted in the Theravada Buddhist teachings
of ethics, concentration and wisdom. These practices help develop
awareness and compassion in ourselves, giving rise to greater peace and
happiness in the world.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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Stephanie Noble is an experienced Buddhist teacher with a deep practice
and a very kind heart. My meditation group is fortunate to receive the
benefits of her presence and teaching. This blog has over 400 posts,
each one from a dharma talk by insight meditation teacher Stephanie
Noble, as she takes the Buddha’s teachings and applies them to improve
life here and now.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
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21. Sharon Salzberg

Sharon SalzbergBarre, MA & New York, NYAbout Blog
Blog by Sharon Salzberg. She teaches both intensive awareness practice
(insight meditation) and the profound cultivation of lovingkindness and
compassion in a non-sectarian, inclusive framework. She is a co-founder
of the Insight Meditation Society in Barre, Massachusetts and The Barre
Center for Buddhist Studies.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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22. Tibetan Buddhist Altar

Tibetan Buddhist AltarAbout Blog
A sacred space for everyone. Here you will find articles related to
Vajrayana Buddhist tradition including tulkus, guiding meditation
retreats and khenpos And dharma teachings.
Frequency about 7 posts per week.
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23. Tibetan Buddhism :: Struggling With Diffi·Cult Issues

Tibetan Buddhism :: Struggling With Diffi·Cult IssuesAbout Blog
Tenzin Peljor (Michael Jäckel) a fully ordained Buddhist monk addresses
certain controversial issues related to Tibetan Buddhism, Tibet, the
Dalai Lamas and Buddhism in general.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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24. Dawn Mountain - Center for Tibetan Buddhism

Dawn Mountain - Center for Tibetan BuddhismHouston, TXAbout Blog
At Dawn Mountain we strive to inspire all seekers to develop skills for
living, including mindfulness and compassion to instruct new and
advanced students in the contemplative, artistic and healing practices
of Tibetan Buddhism in collaboration with Western and Asian teachers to
support living Buddhist culture in Asia.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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25. Buddhism Lotus Happiness

Buddhism Lotus HappinessSingapore About Blog
A blog on engaged Buddhism, Spirituality and Self-Actualization for a
life of Peace, Joy and Freedom. Empower yourself and unleash your
greatest potential within by connecting with the Lotus Sutra! Experience
the Joy of Lotus - the Joy of Life!
Frequency about 1 post per week.
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26. Sravasti Abbey - A Buddhist Monastery

Sravasti Abbey - A Buddhist MonasteryNewport, WAAbout Blog
A Buddhist monastery in the Tibetan tradition where nuns, monks, and
lay people study Buddhism and practice meditation to create peace in a
chaotic world. Buddhist monasteries are an essential component for the
scriptural and lived teachings of Buddhism to be sustained far into the
future. Our vision is that the Buddhist teachings we cultivate here will
last for thousands of years.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
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27. Christopher Titmuss Dharma Blog

Christopher Titmuss Dharma BlogTotnes, Devon, UKAbout Blog
Christopher Titmuss, a former Buddhist monk in Thailand and India,
teaches Awakening and Insight Meditation around the world. He is the
founder and director of the Dharma Enquiry Programme and facilitates an
online mentor programme for Dharma practice and mindfulness training. He
gives retreats, participates in pilgrimages (yatras) and leads Dharma
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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28. Buddhism Guide

Buddhism GuideIndiaAbout Blog
Karma Yeshe Rabgye is a Western Monk in the Kagyu tradition of Tibetan
Buddhism. Originally from England, he now lives in Northern India. He
now offers teachings freely to all in a manner that is unpretentious and
clear. He does not demand students to blindly accept what he says, but
instead invites them to examine their own minds and experiences to
discover the validity of Gautama Buddha’s teachings.

Frequency about 1 post per month.
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29. Secular Buddhism

Secular BuddhismKamas, UTAbout Blog
Noah Rasheta is a Buddhist teacher, lay minister, and author, as well
as the host of the podcast Secular Buddhism. He teaches mindfulness and
Buddhist philosophy online and in workshops all around the world. He
works with others to make the world a better place as he studies,
embodies, and teaches the fundamentals of Buddhist philosophy,
integrating Buddhist teachings with modern science, humanism, and humor.

Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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30. Essence of Buddhism

Essence of BuddhismAbout Blog The Heart of the Buddha’s Teachings.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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31. Europe Center International Diamond Way Buddhist Project

Europe Center International Diamond Way Buddhist ProjectImmenstadt, GermanyAbout Blog
The Europe Center project preserves the living transmission of Diamond
Way Buddhism, and is an international meditation center and meeting
point for all Diamond Way groups worldwide.
Frequency about 2 posts per month.
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32. The Existential Buddhist

The Existential BuddhistWestchester, NYAbout Blog
Founded in 2010, The Existential Buddhist publishes essays on Buddhist
Philosophy, Ethics, Psychology, Art, Meditation, and Social Activism.
The Existential Buddhist is non-sectarian, exploring Buddhism from the
point of view of reason and lived experience, rather than from adherence
to dogma and/or spiritual authority.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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33. dhamma musings

dhamma musingsAbout Blog
You may find some of my interesting observations and musings here. I
have been a Buddhist monk for 32 years and am the spiritual advisor to
the Buddha Dhamma Mandala Society in Singapore.

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34. Bodhi&Bass

Bodhi&BassBasel-City, SwitzerlandAbout Blog
The question which brought Bodhi&Bass into existence was: ‘How do
we fully and authentically embody the truths that we’ve learnt on the
spiritual path in everyday life?’ Bodhi&Bass was created as a place
to explore Buddhism, arts (every occupation is a kind of art) and the
place where they intersect.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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35. Urthona Journal of Buddhism & the Arts

Urthona Journal of Buddhism & the ArtsAbout Blog
URTHONA Buddhist arts journal covers contemporary art, western culture,
and traditional Buddhist arts from a Buddhist perspective. Essays on
Art, Poetry and Literature as tools for spiritual transformation.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
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36. Amida Mandala Buddhist Temple

Amida Mandala Buddhist TempleMalvern, WorcestershireAbout Blog
Pureland Buddhism in the Malvern Hills. Pureland Buddhism is a
tradition which traces its roots back to the historical Buddha,
Shakyamuni, who lived 2500 years ago in ancient India. Our mission is to
introduce people to the teachings of the Buddha.
Frequency about 4 posts per month.
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37. Buddhist Fiction Blog

Buddhist Fiction BlogAbout Blog
The Buddhist Fiction Blog was created to connect with other readers of
‘Buddhist Fiction’ and, hopefully, serve as a space for sharing thoughts
about books and short stories of Buddhist fiction, or even about the
very idea that a grouping of popular fiction novels and short stories
can be labeled Buddhist Fiction.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Blog buddhistfictionblog.wordpres..
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38. Jade Mountain Buddha Hall

Jade Mountain Buddha HallSt. Lucia About Blog
Practice Within The Order of Buddhist Contemplatives. Jade Mountains
contains, and points to, various sources of Buddhist teachings.
Frequency about 3 posts per month.
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