Hierarchy of Awareness by by Ven. N. Ñāṇamoli

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Hierarchy of Awareness by by Ven. N. Ñāṇamoli

Postby nyanasuci » Sat Aug 14, 2010 7:13 am

A new article has been published on Path Press. Click bellow:
http://pathpress.wordpress.com/2010/08/ ... awareness/

In this article Ven. N. Ñāṇamoli explains Paṭiccasamuppāda and how our awareness is structured as hierarchy, referring to Ven. Ñāṇavīra's Fundamental Structure.

It is a bit difficult one, and therefore worth reading it.

Any feedback is welcome.
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The experts do not say that one is a sage in this world because of view, or learning, or knowledge, Nanda.
I call them sages who wander without association, without affliction, without desire.

The Buddha, Sn.V.8.2 (1078)


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Re: Hierarchy of Awareness by by Ven. N. Ñāṇamoli

Postby atulo » Sat Aug 14, 2010 8:22 am

Thank you, Bhante! :namaste:

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Re: Hierarchy of Awareness by by Ven. N. Ñāṇamoli

Postby SDC » Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:30 pm

Very interesting, Bhante.

I am not too familiar with the work of either of the above monks. I read 'Clearing the Path' by Venerable Ñāṇavīra Thera a few years back and I remember it being one of the most inspiring pieces of Buddhist literature I had ever read and it still stands out today.

I have been studying Venerable Punnaji's model of the paticca samuppada. His model and the one introduced in the article, while they vary in regards to the concepts used to explain the process, seem to compliment each other nicely.

Thank you very much for posting this.


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