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Handful of Leaves, Volume I: An Anthology from the Digha Nikaya
Author Thanissaro Bhikkhu
EditionCopyright 2014 Ṭhānissaro Bhikkhu, Revised edition 2017
Date2017
Pages232
PublisherMetta Forest Monastery
Publisher Url http://www.watmetta.org/
LocationValley Center, CA, US
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
Table of contentsTable of Contents
Titlepage 2
Quotation 3
Copyright 4
Abbreviations 5
Acknowledgements 6
Introduction 7
A Note on the Translations 27
The Fruits of the Contemplative Life Sāmaññaphala Sutta (DN 2) 30
Introduction 30
The King’s Question 32
Non-action 33
Purification through Wandering-on 33
Annihilation 34
Non-relatedness 35
Fourfold Restraint 36
Evasion 37
The First Visible Fruit of the Contemplative Life 37
The Second Visible Fruit of the Contemplative Life 38
Higher Fruits of the Contemplative Life 39
The Lesser Section on Virtue 40
The Intermediate Section on Virtue 41
The Great Section on Virtue 42
Sense Restraint 45
Mindfulness & Alertness 45
Contentedness 45
Abandoning the Hindrances 45
The Four Jhānas 47
Insight Knowledge 48
The Mind-made Body 48
Supranormal Powers 49
Clairaudience 49
Mind Reading 50
Recollection of Past Lives 50
The Passing Away & Re-appearance of Beings 51
The Ending of Effluents 52
About Poṭṭhapāda Poṭṭhapāda Sutta (DN 9) 54
Introduction 54
To Kevaṭṭa Kevaṭṭa Sutta (DN 11) 67
Introduction 67
The Miracle of Psychic Power 68
The Miracle of Telepathy 68
The Miracle of Instruction 69
Abandoning the Hindrances 69
The Four Jhānas 71
Insight Knowledge, etc. 72
Conversations with the Devas 72
To Lohicca Lohicca Sutta (DN 12) 77
Abandoning the Hindrances 82
The Four Jhānas 83
Insight Knowledge, etc. 84
The Great Causes Discourse Mahā Nidāna Sutta (DN 15) 86
Introduction 86
Aging-&-Death 88
Birth 89
Becoming 89
Clinging 89
Craving 89
Dependent on Craving 90
Feeling 91
Contact 91
Name-&-Form 92
Consciousness 92
Delineations of a Self 92
Non-Delineations of a Self 93
Assumptions of a Self 94
The Monk Released 95
Seven Stations of Consciousness 95
Eight Emancipations 96
The Great Total Unbinding Discourse Mahā Parinibbāna Sutta (DN16) 100
Introduction 100
I 103
II 114
III 121
IV 131
V 139
VI 147
The Great Meeting Mahā Samaya Sutta (DN 20) 162
Introduction 162
Sakka’s Questions (Excerpt) Sakka-pañha Sutta (DN 21) 171
Introduction 171
The Great Establishing of Mindfulness Discourse Mahā Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta (DN 22) 179
Introduction 179
A. Body 182
B. Feelings 185
C. Mind 185
D. Mental Qualities 186
E. Conclusion 192
The Wheel-turning Emperor (Excerpt) Cakkavatti Sutta (DN 26) 200
Introduction 200
The Inspiring Discourse Pāsādika Sutta (DN 29) 203
A Poorly-expounded Dhamma-Vinaya 204
A Well-expounded Dhamma-Vinaya 205
The Complete Holy Life 206
That this Holy Life May Long Endure 209
The Pleasures of the Holy Life 210
The Tathāgata’s Knowledge & Vision 213
Glossary 222
Pali-English 222
English-Pali 224
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