AuthorVenerable Mahasi Sayadaw
TitleThe great discourse on not-self (Anattalakkhana Sutta) / by Venerable Mahasi Sayadaw ; translated by U Ko Lay (Zeya Maung)
Imprint Bangkok : Buddhadhamma Foundation, 1996
Descript xx, 187 p. ; 22 cm

CONTENT

Body: The buddha's words: beginning the sutta ; Why body is not self ; Four kinds of self clining -- Feeling: Mistaking feeling for self ; How feeling is unmanaggeable ; The path and fruition arising through disenchantment -- Perception and volitional formations: How volitional formationx oppress ; The story of the spiked peta ; How realization of not - self comes about -- Consciousness: Summary of the true dhamma ; Material from likened to froth ; Consciousness likned to a conjurer's trick -- Seeing selflessness: The difficulty of understanding no - self ; Seeing not - self through seeing suffering ; Characteristics of impermanence -- Analysis of impermanence: Impermanence of volitional formations ; Elevenfold analysis of form ; Stream enterers instructed to contemplate not - self -- Elevenfold analysis of the aggegates: Internal and external feelings ; Coarse and fine feelings ; Far and near feelings -- Maturing of insight: How insight knowledge is developed ; From distaste to noble path and fruition ; How the experience and description match


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