Sutta Discovery vols 1-16
 
Sutta Discovery

The Buddha’s Teachings in the Oldest Texts

Translations, essays and notes by Piya Tan © 2007
 
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Links to Sutta Discovery vols 1-16 [under construction]
  • Vol 1: Dhammacakka Sutta
  • Vol 2: Wealth & Metta
  • Vol 3: Refuge-taking
  •  Vol 4: Karma 1
  • Vol 5: Dependent arising
  • Vol 6: Wisdom
  • Vol 7: The world & the universe
  • Vol 8: Lay-sainthood
  • Vol 9: Maha Parinibbana Sutta
  • Vol 10: The limbs of awakening
  • Vol 11: Emptiness
  • Vol 12: Brahma (the High God)
  • Vol 13: Satipatthana Suttas
  • Vol 14: Self-identity view
  • Vol 15: Mental cultivation
  • Vol 16: Impermanence

 

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THE MERE BUDDHIST VISION

 We aspire to learn, teach and practise mere Dharma, or "non-religious Buddhism,"

 that is, Buddhism as simply as possible, 

so that it is open to all those who seek true stillness and liberating wisdom. 

We aspire to joyfully proclaim the possibility and necessity of gaining spiritual liberation

 in this life itself (at lease as a streamwinner, with or without dhyana), 

in keeping with the teachings of the Okkanti Samyutta (S 25).

 Mere Buddhism is easy: live it and be free.