ကာယာ ႏုပႆနာ အလုပ္ေပးတရား / U Janitalankara. [no date]
Instruction of kayanupassana practice. Listen more
ႏွလုံးသြင္းမွားမႈေႀကာင့္ ဒိ႒ိျဖစ္ရပုံ တရားေတာ္ / U Vimala (Mogok Sayadaw) [no date]
Describing: the cause of Ditthi_ a wrong consideration on five aggregates; discarding ditthi_a judicious consideration on five aggregates which leads to Nibbana. Listen more
မေမ့အပ္ေသာ အေၾကာင္းသုံးပါး / Vanavasi Ashin Nyeyadhammasami (Maha Bodhimyaing Sayadaw) Jun 11, 1997.
Elucidation of three Dhamma that are to keep always in one's mind_ 1. the Three Refuges, 2. Death and 3. the Five Buddhist Ideals that are hard to attain (Dullaba). Listen more
လိုခ်င္မႈႏွင့္ မလိုခ်င္မႈ / Vanavasi Ashin Nyeyadhammasami (Maha Bodhimyaing Sayadaw) Jun 10,
Manifestation of Anuyoga and Viroda which are the causes of Asava and how to control them. Listen more
လိုက္သိ၊ ေစာင့္သိ၊ ၿဖစ္တိုင္းသိ / Dr Ashin Chekinda (Dhammaduta) Danubyu, Nov 14, 2000.
Defining Vipassana; explanation of three important facts in practising vipassna. Listen more
ေသမင္းတမန္ (၅) ဦး / Ashin Pannajota (Taunsunn, Dhamma Duta) Yangon, 1358 (B.E.)
Manifestation of five messengers of death i.e. 1. newborn baby, 2. the aged, 3. the sick, 4. corpse, 5. prisoner with reference to “Devaduta Sutta”. Listen more
သတ္ပူေဇာ္က အသတ္ခံရ / Ashin Pannajota (Taunsunn, Dhamma Duta) Yangon, 1359 (B.E.)
What bali (offering) means; types of bali; benefit of praying for the well-being of others; advising to restrain from killing as it has reciprocal effect. Listen more
အေျချပဳ ဝိပႆနာ႐ႈနည္း အလုပ္ေပးတရား / U Janitalankara. [no date]
Describing the way of basic vipassana meditation; strong (Balava) and weak (Dubbala) vipassana. Listen more
အစြဲနာလို႔ သံသရာလည္ / Dr Ashin Chekinda (Dhammaduta) Mandalay, Jun 9, 1998.
Description of Ditthi_ the cause of circulating in samsara. Listen more
အေသရွိရာမွ အေသလြတ္ရန္ ရွာသင့္ေႀကာင္း တရားေတာ္ / U Vimala (Mogok Sayadaw) [no date]
Teaching of the Buddha to have mindfulness (Sati) and Panna; why Sati and Panna are essential?; three kinds of medicine given by the Buddha (Anicca, Dukkha and Anatta); coinciding appearing / disappearing and Magga. Listen more
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