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Questions containing or motivated by some aspect of personal experience. The experience can be during formal Buddhist practice or during everyday activity however the experience will be related to Buddhist practice or doctrine. The questions will necessarily have a subjective quality however the question or answers will contain references to Buddhist scripture, doctrine or an established teacher.

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Yes it is possible and Lord Buddha had to show some supernatural powers in certain incidents. But Lord Buddha's perspective was a bit different from what you might expect.... One day Lord Buddha a …
answered Jan 22 '16 by Theravada
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If someone has lived a regretful life and want to correct himself, what should he do before he begins his efforts? If someone regrets the choices made in the past and intends to change, where should …
asked Oct 30 '15 by Theravada
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Well, Before we continue you must ask why you gave up the identity "Being a Buddhist" and you should also ask why are you still here in this SE. I am not trying to be rude.i'm saying this to make you …
answered Jan 19 '16 by Theravada
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What you ware does not effect your path or your practice. In Lord Buddha's time people reached Nirvana while wearing nothing,While working and etc. Focus on your path do not take concerns about these …
answered Jan 5 '16 by Theravada
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Pardon me my direct knowledge is not that clear on the issue so let me forward you to the very teachings themselves..... These are the Sutras / Suttas By Lord Buddha on Karma. Maha Kammavibhanga S …
answered Feb 18 '16 by Theravada
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I'm glad you asked Suminda here are some of Mahamewnawa teachings on Vipassana... This is the only one i could find on Anapanasathi Meditation Liberation through Breath (Meditation of Breathing) …
answered Dec 27 '15 by Theravada
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Question :01 - No he is not enlightened or even close to it. He seems to be an angry person just making excuses to justify his behavior. Remember he might actually believe this stuff, so be careful wh …
answered Jan 18 '16 by Theravada
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Let me tell you a story from Lord Buddha's time.... One day a maid who was a follower of Lord Buddha went early in the morning to the nearby river to bring water. She saw a sage in the river taking …
answered Jan 16 '16 by Theravada
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We as Buddhists are not preparing to die Death is something that should be understood.... Death happens whether we are ready or not, and even if we are ready that does not make any differen …
answered Jan 22 '16 by Theravada
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just BE WHO YOU ARE,Have you ever noticed that even when you were a party animal before people had stuff to complain?You are right to be mindful and you should do it every second you are awake,this mi …
answered Oct 25 '15 by Theravada
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For furthering your knowledge in Buddhism please refer this link: http://mahamevnawa.lk/inenglish/ http://mahamevnawa.lk/inenglish/dhamma-talks/ Please note these are Theravada teachings...
answered Oct 30 '15 by Theravada
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I like to meditate but because of me being new to it i guess, it is hard for me to meditate more than ten minutes. I have no trouble concentrating only got some physical pains, that occur during long …
asked Oct 28 '15 by Theravada
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I had the same issue and this is the advice i got from a monk... What we call meditating is not something that must be done while sitting down,you can meditate in many other positions. For example o …
answered Nov 12 '15 by Theravada
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Thanks to @ChisW I found it my self here's the answer This teaching is called "Girimananda Sutta" and here's the translation. I have heard that on one occasion the Blessed One was staying near …
answered Nov 29 '15 by Theravada
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When I see something or someone beautiful, would it be good to imagine that thing or that person in decayed/old form? This idea came to me when I was reading about "Dasa sanya" (i.e. dasasaññā or "ten …
asked Nov 28 '15 by Theravada

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