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Webu Sayadaw’s discourses are not meant for the person who prefers the study of Buddhist philosophy to the practice. His refreshing simplicity, his patience, his lovely sense of humour, and his humility - are revealed in the dialogues with his audience. Moreover, the statements of the people in the audience offer us a glimpse of how Buddhism is practised in Burma today. Lists with This Book.
The Way to Ultimate Calm: Selected Discourses of Webu Sayadaw (full book).
He was reputed to be an arahant (fully enlightened one), and it is said that he never slept. He also went on pilgrimage to India and Sri Lanka. The Way to Ultimate Calm: Selected Discourses of Webu Sayadaw (full book).
Also if anyone is already practicing Vipassana/Anapana, would get benefited by getting more clarity about the technique.
3) Abhidhamma-pi†aka: the books of ultimate truths; an analysis of physical and mental phenomena into their ultimate components.
Selected Discourses of Webu Sayadaw. Translated from the Burmese by Roger Bischoff. The study of the scriptures, though helpful, is not essential for the realization of Nibbåna, the summum bonum of Buddhism. 3) Abhidhamma-pi†aka: the books of ultimate truths; an analysis of physical and mental phenomena into their ultimate components. Scholarly training (pariyatti) in Theravåda Buddhism consists of the study of these scriptures.
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WEBU SAYADAW: Have they? Well, very good. colour of his skin clear and bright, Sariputta at once knew that he possessed the. knowledge of the way he had been looking for. The ones who. understand can then pass on the Teachings of the Buddha to the others, thus benefiting. Sariputta followed the holy monk until he. had finished his round and left the town with his alms food.
The Essential Practice: Part II, dhamma Discourses of Venerable Webu Sayadaw, translated from the Burmese by Roger Bischoff (1995; 29pp.
The vehicle he chose for his own practice was Anapanasati, mindfulness of breathing, and he constantly called this the direct short cut to Nibbana. The Essential Practice: Part II, dhamma Discourses of Venerable Webu Sayadaw, translated from the Burmese by Roger Bischoff (1995; 29pp.
The heart of this book comprises a series of discourses on Theravada Buddhist practice given by Ven. Webu Sayadaw in the mid-to-latter part of the 20th century. Most discourses are in question-and-answer format, and although these appear simple, truly they are profound. Grounding his talks in the everyday lives of his listeners, Ven. Webu Sayadaw continually encourages and inspires them to work with energy, patience and purpose.
I have always found Venerable Webu Sayadaw's advice invaluable in my practice: (1) One can only expect the fulfillment of one's aspirations if one is perfect in morality. 2) When practicing generosity (dana) in the religion of the Buddha, the mental attitude and volition involved are very important.