The Absolute Truth is that there is nothing absolute in the world, that everything is relative, conditioned and impermanent, and that there is no unchanging, everlasting, absolute substance like Self, Soul, or Ātman within or without. ~ Buddha


Book: What the Buddha Taught by Walpola Rahula

Book: BUDDHA by Karen Armstrong



Theory 1: The First Noble Truth – Dukkha

Theory 2: The Second Noble Truth – The Arising of Dukkha

Theory 3: The Third Noble Truth – The Cessation of Dukkha

Theory 4: The Fourth Noble Truth – The Path

Theory 5: The Eight-Fold Path to Nirvana



These exercises are derived directly from Satipatthana Sutta.

Exercise 1: Buddha on Body (Set 1)

Exercise 2: Buddha on Body (Set 2)

Exercise 3: Buddha on Mind (Set 1)

Exercise 4: Buddha on Mind (Set 2)

Exercise 5: Buddha on Mind (Set 3)

Exercise 6: Buddha on Mind (Set 4)

Exercise 7: Buddha on Mind (Set 5)

Exercise 8: Buddha on Mind (Final Set)



Essay 1: Questions on Buddhism

Essay 2: Diamond Sutra of Buddha

Essay 3: Nirvana

Essay 4: The Structure of “I”

Essay 5: Consciousness

Essay 6: Attitudes inspired by Buddhism

Essay 7: What is Karma?

Essay 8: “If You Meet the Buddha on the Road, Kill Him”


Zen Buddhism

Lectures on Zen



Comment 1: The Tathagata

Comment 2: Attention on Sin

Comment 3: 2600th Anniversary

Comment 4: Pariyatti Timeline


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