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DIGHA NIKAYA 11 – Kevaṭṭa Sutta “The Ending of Name (mind) & Form (body)” by Steve Lin ” When he said this, I said to him: ‘Once upon a time, mendicant, some sea-merchants set sail for the ocean deeps, taking with them a land-spotting bird. When their ship was out of sight of land, they released theContinue reading “THE DAILY CUSHION”
DIGHA NIKAYA 10 – Subha Sutta “DEEP BLISS ARISES WHEN THE FIVE HINDRANCES END” by Brad Hunter “In the same way, as long as these five hindrances are not given up inside themselves, a mendicant regards them as a debt, a disease, a prison, slavery, and a desert crossing. But when these five hindrances are givenContinue reading “THE DAILY CUSHION”
DIGHA NIKAYA 9 “LETTING GO OF DOUBTS & VIEWS” by Sumith Siriwardana “Potthapada—having other views, other practices, other satisfactions, other aims, other teachers—it’s hard for you to know whether perception is a person’s self or if perception is one thing and self another.” “ Well then , lord, if—having other views, other practices, other satisfactions, otherContinue reading “THE DAILY CUSHION”