Maha-suññata Sutta – January 2022

Maha-suññata Sutta was selected by Ven. Panadure Chandaratana Thero as the next Sutta for Sutta Teachings in English on 19 January 2022.

Maha-suññata Sutta provides many valuable lessons on practical issues surrounding the attempt to develop an internal meditative dwelling of emptiness, to maintain it, and to see it through to Awakening. Some of these issues include the need for seclusion as a conducive setting for the practice, types of conversation and thinking that are beneficial and harmful for the practice, the dangers of being distracted by visitors, and the proper attitude to have toward one’s teacher.

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Maha-suññata Sutta was selected by Ven. Panadure Chandaratana Thero as the next Sutta for Sutta Teachings in English on 19 January 2022.

Maha-suññata Sutta provides many valuable lessons on practical issues surrounding the attempt to develop an internal meditative dwelling of emptiness, to maintain it, and to see it through to Awakening.

Please click the following link to read a description and the text Sutta in English: Maha-suññata Sutta.

  1. Dhamma Talk 01 – Maha-suññata Sutta (19-01-2022)
  2. Dhamma Discussion 01 (19-01-2021)

To be continued…

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2 thoughts on “Maha-suññata Sutta – January 2022

  1. Sadu! sadu! sadu!.
    The path to nibbana is clearly explained by the most venerable bhante in a simple manner to vipassana meditators. Thank you for the Damsara organization and Mr Aruna. Manathung for distribution of this valuble dharma deshana.

  2. lovely desana and a discussion which explains to all practical questions of an advanced vipassana meditator.
    May you all have full insight into Dhamma.

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