Buddha Dhamma

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Buddha Dhamma

oUser’s Guide to Pure Dhamma Website

oBuddhism – In Charts

What is Unique in Buddha Dhamma? (with chart A)

Recovering the Suffering-Free Pure Mind

True Happiness Is the Absence of Suffering (with chart B)

Uncovering the Suffering-Free (Pabhassara) Mind (with chart B1)

Each Citta Starts with Distorted Saññā (with chart B2)

Contamination of the Human Mind Based on a Sensory Input (with chart B3)

Pāli Words – Writing and Pronunciation (with chart C)

Buddha Dhamma – Foundation (with chart #1)

Buddhism without Rebirth and Nibbāna? (with chart #2)

Evidence for Rebirth (with chart #3)

Essence of Buddhism – In the First Sutta (with chart #4)

Five Aggregates – Introduction (with chart #5)

Loka Sutta – Origin and Cessation of the World (with chart #6)

Saṅkhāra – An Introduction (with chart #7)

Kamma And Saṅkhāra, Cetanā And Sañcetanā (with chart #8)

Nāmarūpa in Vipāka Viññāṇa (with chart #9)

Nāmarūpa in Idappaccayatā Paṭicca Samuppāda (with chart #10)

Saḷāyatana Are Not Sense Faculties (with chart #11)

Difference between Phassa and Samphassa (with chart #12)

Anuseti – How Anusaya Grows with Saṅkhāra (with chart #13)

Rūpa, Dhammā (Appaṭigha Rūpa) and Nāmagotta (Memories) (with chart #14)

oBuddha Dhamma – A Scientific Approach

Introduction – A Scientific Approach to Buddha Dhamma

Theories of Our World – Scientific Overview

Mind and Matter – Buddhist Analysis

Sensual Pleasures – The Hidden Suffering

Kammic Energy Leads to Consciousness

Brain and the Gandhabba

Mind Is Not in the Brain

Gandhabba in a Human Body – an Analogy

Persistent Vegetative State – Buddhist View

Patient H.M. – Different Roles of Brain in Memory

Memory Recall for Gandhabba in a Human Body

How Do We See? – Role of the Gandhabba

Our Two Worlds – Rūpa Loka and Nāma Loka

Autobiographical Memory – Preserved in Nāma Loka

Rūpa and Rūpakkhandha, Nāma and Nāmagotta

Response to a Sensory Stimulus – Role of Gati/Anusaya

Ārammaṇa Plays a Critical Role in a Sensory Event

Nāma Loka and Rūpa Loka – Two Parts of Our World

Tipiṭaka – A Systematic Approach

Tipiṭaka – The Uniqueness of Buddha Dhamma

Pāli Canon Is Self-Contained but Requires Detailed Explanation

Vinaya Piṭaka – More Than Disciplinary Rules

Abhidhamma Piṭaka – Deeper Analyses of Concepts

Antarābhava and Gandhabba

Antarābhava – No Connection to Gandhabba

Antarābhava Discussion in Kathāvatthu – Not Relevant to Gandhabba

Interpretation of the Tipiṭaka – Gandhabba Example

Buddhahood Controversies – Introduction

Pāṭihāriya (Supernormal Abilities) of a Buddha – Part I

Pāṭihāriya (Supernormal Abilities) of a Buddha – Part II

oBuddhahood Associated Controversies

oWhat is Buddha Dhamma?

oFoundation of Dhamma

oThe Importance of Purifying the Mind

oSubsection: The Grand Unified Theory of Dhamma

The Grand Unified Theory of Dhamma – Introduction

Our Two Worlds: Material and Immaterial

31 Realms Associated with the Earth

Gandhabba – Only in Human and Animal Realms

Body Types in Different Realms – Importance of Manomaya Kāya

Gandhabba Sensing the World – With and Without a Physical Body

Nibbāna in the Big Picture

oBuddha Dhamma: Non-Perceivability and Self-Consistency

oSaṁsāric Time Scale, Buddhist Cosmology, and the Big Bang Theory

oEvidence for Rebirth

oSubsection: Power of the Human Mind

Power of the Human Mind – Introduction

Difference Between Jhāna and Stages of Nibbāna

Power of the Human Mind – Anariya or Mundane Jhānā

Power of the Human Mind – Ariya Jhānā

Are There Procedures for Attaining Magga Phala, Jhāna and Abhiññā?

oTransfer of Merits (Pattidana) – How Does it Happen?

oFirst Noble Truth is Suffering? Myths about Suffering

oVinaya – The Nature Likes to be in Equillibrium