To whom that seeking the way

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Thai_Theravada
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To whom that seeking the way

Postby Thai_Theravada » Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:25 pm

This will be good resources to the new comer who interesting in practice
self-awakening or cittanupassana.

1.To you new comer :- without Pali words and easy to understand
English version http://00.wimutti.net/back-pramote/book ... er_eng.pdf
Japanese version http://00.wimutti.net/back-pramote/book ... panese.pdf

2.Path to Enlightenment I
http://00.wimutti.net/back-pramote/book ... 080705.pdf
3.Path to Enlightenment II
http://00.wimutti.net/back-pramote/book ... 080425.pdf


Hope this will useful to any of you :anjali:
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Re: To whom that seeking the way

Postby Ben » Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:35 pm

Thanks TG for posting the above links.
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