SD 50 – 59 (in progress)

Note:

(a) A sutta whose title is preceded by an asterisk (*) means that it is only an excerpt.

(b) All files are in pdf.

SD 50a: Awakening & nirvana (part 1) [isbn 978-981-11-3004-5]

If life is a dream, when sleep ends, then naturally comes awakening.

SD No.Sutta or Chapter TitleSutta referenceTheme
50.0SD 50 a contents & TMC activities  
50.1Nibbana Patisamyutta Sutta 1U 8.1The full nirvana pericope.
50.2Nibbana Patisamyutta Sutta 2U 8.2The “bent-free” (anata) nirvana formula.
50.3Nibbana Patisamyutta Sutta 3U 8.3The “inborn” (ajata) nirvana formula.
50.4Nibbana Patisamyutta Sutta 4U 8.4The “non-dependent” (anissita) nirvana formula.
50.5(Iti) Indriya SuttaIt 3.2.3The 3 faculties of final knowledge.
50.6(Janussoni) Nibbana SuttaA 3.55Nirvana as a personal experience.
50.7Jhanabhinna SuttaS 16.9The 9 progressive abodes of arhathood.
50.8Maradheyya SuttaU 3.1.10The nature of Mara in terms of existence.
50.9(Catukka) Pariyesana SuttaA 4.252 = A:B 4.255Ignoble quests and noble quests.
50.10Bilangka SuttaS 7.4The bad karma of harming the innocent returns to the doer.
50.11Orambhagiya SuttaS 45.179The 5 lower fetters and the eightfold path.
50.12Uddhambhayiya SuttaS 45.180The 5 higher fetters and the eightfold path.
50.13Nibbanadhatu SuttaIt 2.2.7The 2 ways of viewing nirvana.
50.14(Dasaka) Abhabba SuttaA 10.100The 10 hindrances to attaining arhathood.
50a Bibliography
Backcover: 20 reasons for translating suttas

 

SD 50b: awakening & nirvana (part 2) [ISBN 978-981-11-3903-1] 

If life is a dream, when sleep ends, then naturally comes awakening.

SD No.Sutta or Chapter TitleSutta referenceTheme
 50bContents & TMC activities  
50.15(Ananda) Sankkhitta Dhamma SuttaS 35.86To Ananda on awakening.
50.16No Cedam SuttaS 14.33The purpose of the spiritual life.
50.17Sasankhara Patipada SuttaA 4.169The 4 ways of attaining nirvana.
50.18(Kamma) Ariya Magga SuttaA 4.235The 4 kinds of karma in terms of result.
50.19(Catukka) Samyojana SuttaA 4.131The 3 kinds of saints (rebirth and existence).
50.20Dhaniya Sutta
Sn 1.2Worldly joy verses spiritual joy.
50.21 Ahimsaka SuttaS 7.5Non-violent in word and in deed.
50.22 Jata SuttasS 1.23; S 7.6; Vism 1.1 – 1.8 Cutting the inner tangle.
50.23 Suddhika (Bharadvaja) SuttaS 7.7Spiritual purity is the highest.
50.24 Bahudhitara SuttaS 7.10Having nothing is true happiness.
50.25 (Navaka) Sanditthika Sutta 1 & 2A 9.46; A 9.47The state that is directly experienced.
50.26(Navaka) Nibbana SuttaA 9.48The progress to nirvana.
50.27 (Navaka) Parinibbana SuttaA 9.49The progress to nirvana.
50.28(Navaka) Tadanga Nibbana SuttaA 9.50The progress to nirvana.
50.29 (Navaka) Ditthadhamma Nibbana SuttaA 9.51The progress to nirvana.
50.30 (Navaka) Kayasakkhi SuttaA 9.43The one who gains the formless attainments.
50.31 (Navaka) Pannavimutta SuttaA 9.44The one liberated by insight wisdom.
50.32 (Navaka) Ubhatobhagavimutta SuttaA 9.45The one liberated in body and mind.
50.33 (Kamma) Bojjhanga SuttaA 4.236Karma and the awakening factors.
50.34 Navakammika SuttaS 7.17The Buddha’s work is done.
50.35 Mahasala SuttaS 7.14A father’s love, and gratitude.
50.36 Manatthaddha SuttaS 7.15Respect to whom respect is due.
50.37 Paccanika SuttaS 7.16Being open to others.
50.38 Katthahara SuttaS 7.18The Buddha resorts to the forest awakened and joyful.
50.39 Matuposaka SuttaS 7.19Filial piety and aims-receiving.
50.40 Bhikkhaka SuttaS 7.20True purpose of living on alms (renunciation).
50.41 (Udaka Suddhika) Sangarava SuttaS 7.21Purification through virtue, not ritual.
50.42Khomadussa SuttaS 7.22Goodness in high places.
SD 50b Bibliography
SD 50 b Back cover  20 reasons for translating the suttas.

 

SD 51a: Effort & energy [ISBN 978-981-11-4859-0] 

Self-effort is the basis of spiritual salvation

SD No.Sutta or Chapter TitleSutta referenceTheme
51a51a contents & TMC activities  
51.0Kammakarana VaggaA 2.1 – A 2.10The significance of spiritual effort.
51.1 (Duka) Vajja SuttaA 2.1Karma with present fruit and future fruit.
51.2 (Duka) Padhana SuttaA 2.2The highest striving is the abandoning of all acquisitions.
51.3a (Duka) Tapaniya SuttaA 2.3Avoiding practices that torment us.
51.3b (Iti) Tapaniya SuttaIt 30Practices that bring torment.
51.4a (Duka) Atapaniya SuttaA 2.4Practices that do not bring torment.
51.4b (Iti) Atapaniya SuttaIt 2.1.4Practices that do not bring torment.
51.5(Duka) Upannata SuttaA 2.5Practices that do not bring torment.
51.6 (Duka) Samyojana SuttaA 2.6What holds us to suffering; what frees us from suffering.
51.7 (Duka) Vassupanayika SuttaA 2.10The 2 rains-entries.
51.8 Sallekha SuttaM 8Self-effacement and its true purpose.
51.9 Citta Hatthisariputta SuttaA 6.60The dangers of a monastic socializing. 
51.9(1.3.2)Avila Udakarahada Sutta (download file from the above link)A 1.5.5A clouded mind will not awaken.
51.9(1.3.3) Accha Udakarahada Sutta (download file from 51.9 above)A 1.5.6A clear mind will be able to awaken. 
51.10Cetokhila Suttas:  
51.10(2.3.1)Sangiti SuttaD 33,2.1(19)The 5 mental barrennesses.
51.10(2.3.2)Sangiti SuttaD 33,2.1(20)The 5 mental bandages.
51.10a(Pancaka) Cetokhila SuttaA 5.205The 5 mental barrennesses.
51.10b(Navaka) CEtokhila SuttaA 9.71 The 5 mental barrennesses are overcome by the 4 satipatthanas.
51.10c(Pancaka) Cetaso Vinibandha SuttaA 5.206The 5 mental bandages.
51.10d(Navaka) Cetaso Vinibandha SuttaA 9.72The 5 mental bandages are overcome by the 4 satipatthanas.
51.11 (Suttanipata) Padhana SuttasSn 3.2The Buddha’s great striving for awakening.
51.12(Khetta) Desana SuttaS 42.7The 3 fields and the Buddha’s priorities.
51.13 (Bojjhanga) Aggi SuttaS 46.53Overcoming sluggishness and agitation.
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SD 52: Parables 2
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SD 54: devas 1
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SD 55: happiness and progress
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