Kalama Sutta

In many of my dhamma discussions with my Teacher I have often heard him mentioning about Kalama Sutta. He always tell me in Buddhism there’s no hearsay, one does not need to follow traditions or rituals. We must have “panna” or wisdom when it comes to learning and understanding. An example he shared with me…

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The Sign of Death

THE SIGN OF DEATH Phra Rajsuddhinanamongkol March 14, 1989      There can be some sign that signifies death. We all have to die and we certainly can’t avoid it. However, people who believe in ‘nimitta of death’ can somehow postpone it. (Nimitta = Sign, portent, mental image). If you do not believe in this nimitta,…

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Khun Phaen

History                                                                                                                                                            Period ; in the year 147 ; His Majesty King Phanwasa  ruler of Ayutthaya, The King of the Dvara ( Dvara, meaning gate in Sanskrit, refers to the kingdom of Dvaravati which may have existed in the Chaophraya basin before the Ayutthaya era. Reference to this kingdom was incorporated into the official title of…

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Phrakatha Jinnabanchon

Story of Phra Somdej Puttajarn (Toh) Phromarangsri and Phra Katha Jinnabanchon This is another great Katha, which Somdej Toh received from an old scroll from Sri Lanka. The purpose of this Katha is to invite all great blessing and chants to the prayer. This Katha invites blessing from all the Buddhas and Arahants. Also it…

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