I just came across Bhante Dr. M. Pujjani's website...Proto Buddhismhttp://www.protobuddhism.com/
Upon registration you can get access to a series of his e-books and audio recordings.
Firstly... I just wanted to share the link, and secondly see if anyone had any thoughts on Venerable Pujjani's teachings?
I registered for that site a few months ago when it launched. The ebooks on the site are extremely difficult to come by otherwise, so it was good they were made available. The audio/video lectures, though there are few, are very good.
I've been listening to him and reading his work for about a year and my practice has shown much improvement. His approach works very well for me. I highly
recommend looking into his work further.
BlackBird wrote:Hi Paul
Not really in a position to go through motions to get to the ore of his teachings, could someone please give a summary of his interpretation of Paticcasamupada?
From what I can gather from the website it's another temporal interpretation, moment by moment - Is it akin to Buddhadasa?
Here is one talk in two parts on the paticca samuppada, Jack. Unfortunately, part of the lecture is cut out, but you'll still get plenty of good info regarding his interpretation.http://www.buddhistelibrary.org/cpg1420/displayimage.php?album=45&pos=32http://www.buddhistelibrary.org/cpg1420/displayimage.php?album=45&pos=33
There are plenty of other good talks on the same site (EDIT - his talks start with the jhana talk in the middle of the page and continue to the last page): http://www.buddhistelibrary.org/cpg1420 ... =45&page=3