Here’s a 36 min recorded video Dhamma Talk (213MB .mp4).


Topics:

  • Yoniso Manasikara, Ditthis, views, point of view, ways of thinking, ways of mantally viewing, ways of intellectually perceiving, ways of mentally framing things, the 4 noble truths, restraint, careful use of requisites, careful use of medicine, enduring, Atthakavagga, the 7 factors of enlightenment

Dhamma Mentioned:

  • MN 2: “All the Taints”

    Bhikkhus, I say that the destruction of the taints is for one who knows and sees, not for one who does not know and see. Who knows and sees what? Wise attention and unwise attention. When one attends unwisely, unarisen taints arise and arisen taints increase. When one attends wisely, unarisen taints do not arise and arisen taints are abandoned.

    “Bhikkhus, there are taints that should be abandoned by seeing. There are taints that should be abandoned by restraining. There are taints that should be abandoned by using. There are taints that should be abandoned by enduring. There are taints that should be abandoned by avoiding. There are taints that should be abandoned by removing. There are taints that should be abandoned by developing.

  • Yoniso ca manasikāraṃ ayoniso ca manasikāraṃ. Proper attention and improper attention (or wise attention/unwise attention). (Alternate translation: “Wise attention to the source”)

  • Pali Canon, where suttas are read aloud: Suttacentral Voice

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