Publications of Ven. Uttamo


Dhmma Talks by Mogok Sayadaw

Dhmma Talks by Mogok Sayadaw
Translator's Notes Introduction D.A. Process Part 1 Part 2
Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7
Part 8 Part 9 Part 10 Part 11 Part 12

Part 1


Part 2


Part 3


Part 4

Part 5

Part 6

Part 7

  • 1.) The Creators of Dukkha
  • 2.) Two Causes for Wrong View
  • 3.) The Beginning of Beings
  • 4.) Ending of the Unwholesome Life
  • 5.) The Last Teaching of the Buddha
  • 6.) The Hidden Treasure
  • 7.) Priceless Treasure of Mankind
  • 8.) In Accordance with the Dhamma
  • 9.) Perform a Dāna Properly
  • 10.) Dāna & Ending of Dukkha
  • 11.) Two Guardians of Hells
  • 12.) Can't Rely on the Outside Power
  • 13.) Dukkha & The End of Dukkha
  • 14.) Important of Feeling
  • 15.) Craving & Action
  • 16.) Three Cups of Medicine & the Crazy Beings
  • 17.) Stream-Enterer & the Perversions
  • 18.) Breaking The Collar
  • 19.) Frightening Wrong View
  • 20.) How to Pay your Debts?
  • 21.) Do Buddhists have Wrong Views?
  • 22.) Compassion with Wrong View
  • 23.) The Paths of the Wise & the Fool
  • 24.) Searching for the Source
  • 25.) The Three Knowledges in the Suttas
  • 26.) The Doctrine of the Buddha
  • 27.) Unwise Attention & Sufferings
  • 28.) Craving Overrule Actions
  • 29.) Conditioned & Unconditioned

Part 8

  • 1.) The Three Words
  • 2.) Are You The Wise or The Fool?
  • 3.) The Power of the Dhamma
  • 4.) To Nibbaba without New Kammas
  • 5.) Negligence and Suffering
  • 6.) On Anatta
  • 7.) Two Causes of No Realization
  • 8.) The Extension of Samisara
  • 9.) No Real Happiness with Kilesa Sap (change the position with kilesa sap, no real happiness)
  • 10.) Unwise Attention and Prayers
  • 11.) Truth is in the Khandha
  • 12.) Nibbana is The Foremost Happiness
  • 13.) To has Compassion and Wisdom for Oneself
  • 14.) About The Mind
  • 15.) On Nibbanan
  • 16.) Two Different Dhammas
  • 17.) Two Knowledge of the Truth
  • 18.) Right Association
  • 19.) Important of knowing the Truth
  • 20.) Answer to a Buddhist
  • 21.) Three steps to Nibbana

Part 9

  • 1.) The Dangers Of Wrong Knowledge
  • 2.) Non-conflict & Non-attachment
  • 3.) Development with Contemplation
  • 4.) Mountains of Bones and Oceans of Blood
  • 5.) The Simile for Nibbāna
  • 6.) Contemplation on Annatta
  • 7.) Cessation of the Taints
  • 8.) Are You Worshipping Wrong Views?
  • 9.) Body & Mental Pains
  • 10.) How to Die with Feelings?
  • 11.) Should Know One's Value
  • 12.) Mistaken with Nibbāna
  • 13.) Rely on Dhamma, not Outside Power
  • 14.) The Murderers
  • 15.) Fall in Love with Dukkha
  • 16.) Why Become Living Beings?
  • 17.) Disenchantment with the Monkey
  • 18.) How to Perform Dāna?
  • 19.) Staying with the Truly Reliable Dhamma
  • 20.) On Vipassanā Bhavana
  • 21.) Wrong View on Kamma
  • 22.) The Source of Great Sufferings
  • 23.) The Important of Anicca
  • 24.) Wholesome Kamma with Knowledge
  • 25.) Wrong View, Dukkha and Nibbāna
  • 26.) Importance of the Truth of Dukkha
  • 27.) From Ignorance to Knowledge

Part 10

  • 1.) The middle Way
  • 2.) Correct One's Mistakes in Time
  • 3.) Are you a fool?
  • 4.) Our Murderers
  • 5.) The Four Noble Truths
  • 6.) Pay Your Debts with Knowledge
  • 7.) Protecting Your Mind
  • 8.) The Creator: The Deceitful Mind
  • 9.) Wise Attention & Effort
  • 10.) Rust Corrodes the Iron
  • 11.) To Nibbāna with One Dhamma
  • 12.) To Nibbāna with Stopping
  • 13.) True Refuge
  • 14.) Diseased Body
  • 15.) Important of Samadhi
  • 16.) Craving & Suffering
  • 17.) Fulfilling One's Duty
  • 18.) Impermanent & Taintless
  • 19.) Dukkha & Nibbāna
  • 20.) How to Think?
  • 21.) Four Nibbānas
  • 22.) On Insight Knowledge

Part 11

  • 1.) No Free Time is for Sufferings
  • 2.) Who is your Creator?
  • 3.) What is the most Important Thing?
  • 4.) Simple & Direct
  • 5.) The End of the World
  • 6.) Why So Many Corpses?
  • 7.) Dāna & Nibbāna
  • 8.) Practicing for Dying
  • 9.) Seeing Nibbāna with the Pure Mind
  • 10.) Two Ways of Dying
  • 11.) Dependency is Wavering
  • 12.) The Creator
  • 13.) No Beings, nor Souls & Only Intrinsive Nature
  • 14.) Why Can't Discern Dukkha?
  • 15.) Becoming & Not Becoming
  • 16.) Don't Live & Die with Ignorance
  • 17.) Wise Attention & Wisdom
  • 18.) Human Characters
  • 19.) Not Becoming Dog Again
  • 20.) Difficult to Know Dukkha & Vedana
  • 21.) Bond with Ditthi Rope & Carrying Away by Tanhā Water
  • 22.) Dispelling Ditthi before Insight
  • 23.) A Noble Life & Practice
  • 24.) Conditioned Phenomena
  • 25.) Practice Only One
  • 26.) Deceiving by The Active Mind
  • 27.) Ignoble & Noble Searches

Part 12

  • 1.) Khandha Fuel, Kilesa Fire & Nibbāna
  • 2.) Penetration of Dukkha
  • 3.) Dhamma & Anudhamma
  • 4.) Dependent Arising & The Four Noble Truths
  • 5.) Dependent Arising & The Taints
  • 6.) Dangers the World lings Can't Escape
  • 7.) Just Intrinsic Nature
  • 8.) Ignorance & Craving
  • 9.) Everyone is thief
  • 10.) Concept, Reality & Wise Attention
  • 11.) Simple & Direct
  • 12.) Insight for Everyone
  • 13.) Dying & undying
  • 14.) The burdened Khandha
  • 15.) Time & Timeless
  • 16.) Dying, samsara & Nibbāna
  • 17.) Don't be Get Lost in Sufferings
  • 18.) Three Knowledges of the First Discourse
  • 19.) Instruction on Dying
  • 20.) Don't Waste Your Precious Times
  • 21.) The Dangers of Ignoble Dhamma
  • 22.) True Dhamma & Counterfeit Dhamma

Eighteen Days In Solitude

--Instructional Dhamma Talks in Retreat

By Venerable U Ñāṇaransi

The translator : Ven. Uttamo (鄔達摩尊者)

Eighteen Days In Solitude
Introduction Day 01: 17th October, 2002 Day 02: 18th October, 2002 Day 03: 19th October, 2002
Day 04: 20th October, 2002 Day 05: 21th October, 2002 Day 06: 22th October, 2002 Day 07: 23th October, 2002
Day 08: 24th October, 2002 Day 09: 25th October, 2002 Day 10: 26th October, 2002 Day 11: 27th October, 2002
Day 12: 28th October, 2002 Day 13: 29th October, 2002 Day 14: 30th October, 2002 Day 15: 31th October, 2002
Day 16: 1th November, 2002 Day 17: 2th November, 2002 Day 18: 3th November, 2002 full text

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