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Gifts He Left Behind: The Dhamma Legacy of Phra Ajaan Dune Atulo
Author Ṭhānissaro, Bhikkhu
Date2016
Pages125
PublisherMetta Forest Monastery
Publisher Url http://www.dhammatalks.org/
LocationValley Center, CA, US
Content type書籍=Book
Language英文=English
AbstractThis book is a compilation of Ajaan Dune’s short teachings—pure truths at the highest level, lessons and admonishments he gave his students, answers to questions, and passages from the Buddha’s words in the Canon that he always liked to quote. Also included are the events, locations, and people who were involved, to help make the passages easier to understand and more inviting to read. Translated from the Thai by Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
Table of contentsTable of Contents
Titlepage 2
Copyright 3
A Biographical Sketch 4
Introduction 5
1. A Dhamma welcome 7
2. No resistance 8
3. On the four noble truths 9
4. Above & beyond words 10
5. A warning for heedless monks 11
6. Real, but not for real 12
7. Letting go of visions 13
8. External things 14
9. Stopping to know 15
10. Advancement or destruction 16
11. On the ultimate level there’s no desire 17
12. Teaching him a lesson? 18
13. Why do they suffer? 19
14. Inspired words 20
15. More inspired words 21
16. Still more inspired words 22
17. What buddho is like 23
18. For those who want something good 24
19. He does, but he doesn’t 25
20. Aware in time 26
21. Cutting no slack 27
22. Frugal with his words 28
23. Simple, but hard to do 29
24. Throw it away 30
25. A truth in line with the truth 31
26. That wasn’t his aim 32
27. Worlds apart 33
28. One thing only 34
29. What to study and what not to study 35
30. Want to watch 36
31. Problems & responsibilities 37
32. The poorer, the happier 38
33. The less, the better 39
34. Didn’t think of thar 40
35. Don’t aim in the wrong direction 41
36. In the Buddha’s words 42
37. Those with no fault by way of speech 43
38. The perfection of endurance 44
39. No trouble through his words 45
40. Monks who victimize his words 46
41. Nice, but… 47
42. Meditators who are uncertain 48
43. When dwelling, dwell above 49
44. Looking for new teachers 50
45. Holding on vs. putting aside 51
46. When the mind resists growing still 52
47. The genuine basis of the Dhamma 53
48. A warning not to be heedless 54
49. Sometimes he came down hard 55
50. Not sidetracked 56
51. Simply a motion 57
52. Seize the opportunity 58
53. The limits of science 59
54. How to extinguish suffering 60
55. The truth is always the same 61
56. Refined 62
57. Empty 63
58. Not all that clear 64
59. Knowledge from study vs. knowledge from practice 65
60. A strategy for loosening attachment 66
61. On eating 67
62. More on eating 68
63. Still more on eating 69
64. Business practices & Dhamma practice 70
65. Buried memories 71
66. In his own style 72
67. “I want to do well in my studies…” 73
68. The purpose of wandering 74
69. To stop you have to know how 75
70. Similar results, but not the same 76
71. There’s only one place 77
72. The world vs. the Dhamma 78
73. Should you ask? 79
74. The purpose of the practice 80
75. Hoping for far-off results 81
76. Nothing more than that 82
77. It’s easy if you’re not attached 83
78. Sometimes what I heard amazed me 84
79. Even this sort of question 85
80. A scolding 86
81. Letting go of one thing to get stuck on another 87
82. A comparison 88
83. Another comparison 89
84. Things outside and in 90
85. Not even the five precepts 91
86. Never perturbed 92
87. How the Dhamma protects 93
88. Only practice can resolve doubt 94
89. Is that all they want? 95
90. No fables 96
91. Strange 97
92. Stranger still 98
93. The truth as he saw it 99
94. Answering questions with questions 100
95. Luang Pu’s habits 101
96. Heavy pain, but not heavy with pain 102
97. A safe shortcut 103
98. Everything comes from action 104
99. Making no show 105
100. The end of rebirth 106
101. A comparison 107
102. The safest way to dwell 108
103. Continued 109
104. The end of stress 110
105. His last illness 111
106. Approaching death 112
107. One last recollection of the Dhamma 113
108. Final words 114
109. A moment of wilderness in the city 115
110. Even the timing was apt 116
111. No bad karma with regard to the body 117
Glossary 118
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