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Skillful qualities (55/1344) (kusalā dhammā)

Middle Path (21) (majjhimā paṭipadā)

Noble Eightfold Path (39/868) (ariya aṭṭaṅgika magga)

1. Right View (25) (sammā-diṭṭhi)

2. Right Intention (19/166) (sammā-saṅkappa)

1. Renunciation (13) (nekkhamma)

2. Non-ill-will (abyāpāda) see Goodwill (90)

3. Non-cruelty (avihiṃsā) see Compassion (71)

3. Right Speech (20/51) (sammā-vācā)

Abstaining from: (veramaṇī)

1. False speech (6) (musā-vādā)

2. Malicious speech (5) (pisuṇāya vācā)

3. Harsh speech (1) (pharusāya vācā)

4. Idle chatter (3) (samphappalāpa)

Admonishment/feedback (18)

Listening (5)

Blame and praise (4) (nindā ca pasaṃsā ca)

4. Right Action (2/39) (sammā-kammanta)

Abstaining from: (veramaṇī)

1. Killing (18/26) (pāṇātipāta)

Vegetarianism (5)

Suicide (5)

Euthanasia (3)

Abortion (1)

2. Stealing (4) (adinnādāna)

3. Sexual misconduct (7) (kāmesu micchācāra)

5. Right Livelihood (37) (sammā-ājīva)

6. Right Effort (70/70) (sammā-vāyāma)

Effort for the

1. Non-arising of unarisen evil, unskillful qualities (anuppannānaṁ pāpakānaṁ akusalānaṁ dhammānaṁ anuppādāya) see Right Effort (70)

2. Abandoning of arisen evil, unskillful qualities (uppannānaṁ pāpakānaṁ akusalānaṁ dhammānaṁ pahānāya) see Right Effort (70)

3. Arising of unarisen skillful qualities (anuppannānaṁ kusalānaṁ dhammānaṁ uppādāya) see Right Effort (70)

4. Fulfillment of arisen skillful qualities (uppannānaṁ kusalānaṁ dhammānaṁ pāripūriyā) see Right Effort (70)

7. Right Mindfulness (58/470) (sammā-sati)

1. Mindfulness of body (61/249) (kāyagatā-sati)

Mindfulness of breathing (101) (ānāpānassati)

Four Postures (8)

Clear comprehension (46) (sampajañña)

Unattractiveness/32 parts (29) (asubha/dvattiṁsākāra)

Elements (21) (dhātu)

Recollection/Death (25) (maraṇassati)

2. Mindfulness of feeling (21) (vedanā-sati)

3. Mindfulness of mind (36) (citta-sati)

4. Mindfulness of dhammas (8/115) (dhammā-sati)

Five Hindrances (21) (pañca nīvaraṇāni)

Five Aggregates (32) (pañcakkhandhā)

Six Sense Bases (25) (saḷ-āyatana)

Seven Factors of Awakening (7) (satta bojjhaṅgā)

Four Noble Truths (33) (cattāri ariya-saccāni)

Ardency (27) (ātāpi)

Clear comprehension (46) (sampajañña)

Mindfulness (81) (sati)

8. Right Concentration (23/281) (sammā-samādhi)

Jhāna (74)

Seclusion (28) (viveka)

Directed thought and evaluation (71) (vitakka-vicāra)

Rapture (29) (pīti)

Happiness (98) (sukha)

Equanimity (28) (upekkhā)

One pointedness (12) (ekaggatā)

Formless attainments (8) (āruppa)

Four Noble Truths (33/550) (cattāri ariya-saccāni)

1. Noble Truth of Suffering (13/315) (dukkha ariya-sacca)

Birth (7) (jāti)

Ageing (21) (jarā)

Sickness (56) (byādhi)

Death (96) (maraṇa)

Suffering (117) (dukkha)

Pain (26) (dukkha)

Grief (23) (domanassa)

Five aggregates affected by clinging (pañcupādānakkhandhā) see Aggregates (32)

2. Noble Truth of the Cause of Suffering (16/81) (dukkha-samudaya ariya-sacca)

1. Craving for sensuality (kāma-taṇhā) see Sensual desire (33)

2. Craving to become (bhava-taṇhā) see Becoming (21)

3. Craving not to become (15) (vibhava-taṇhā)

3. Noble Truth of the Cessation of Suffering (37/213) (dukkha-nirodha ariya-saccaṃ)

Dispassion (16) (virāga)

Cessation (27) (nirodha)

Relinquishment (108) (paṭinissagga)

Release (18) (vossagga)

Liberation (54) (vimutti)

4. Noble Truth of the Path to the Cessation of Suffering (dukkha-nirodha-gāminī paṭipadā ariya-sacca) see Eightfold Path (39)

Aids to Awakening (1/166) (bodhipakkhiyādhammā)

1-4. Four Foundations of Mindfulness (cattāro satipaṭṭhānā) see Right Mindfulness (58)

5-8. Four Right Efforts (cattāro sammappadhānā) see Right Effort (70)

9-12. Four Bases of Success (4) (cattāro iddhipādā)

13-17. Five Faculties (5) (pañca indriyā)

18-22. Five Powers (pañca balā) see Faculties (5)

23-29. Seven Factors of Awakening (7) (satta bojjhaṅgā)

30-37. Noble Eightfold Path (39) (ariya aṭṭaṅgika magga)

Four Bases of Success (4/177) (cattāro iddhipādā)

Concentration based on exertion and (sa­mā­dhi­­p­padhāna­saṅkhā­rasa­ma­n­nāga­taṁ)

1. Desire (42) (chanda)

2. Energy (30) (viriya)

3. Heart/mind (27) (citta)

4. Investigation (vīmaṃsā) see Discernment (92)

Five Faculties (5/287) (pañca indriyā)

1. Faith (71) (saddhā)

2. Energy (30) (viriya)

3. Mindfulness (81) (sati)

4. Concentration (70) (samādhi)

5. Discernment (92) (paññā)

Seven Factors of Awakening (7/271) (satta bojjhaṅgā)

1. Mindfulness (81) (sati)

2. Investigation of states (31) (dhamma-vicaya)

3. Energy (30) (viriya)

4. Rapture (29) (pīti)

5. Tranquility (60) (passaddhi)

6. Concentration (70) (samādhi)

7. Equanimity (28) (upekkhā)

Divine Abidings (17/178) (brahmavihārā)

1. Goodwill (90) (mettā)

2. Compassion (71) (karuṇā)

3. Empathetic joy (8) (muditā)

4. Equanimity (28) (upekkhā)

Seven Treasures (7/349) (satta dhanā)

1. Faith (71) (saddhā)

2. Virtue (49) (sīla)

3-4. Conscience and prudence (12) (hiri-otappa)

5. Learning (62/125) (suta)

Sutta (52)

Āgama (1)

Abhidhamma (4)

Commentaries (17)

6. Generosity (66) (dāna)

7. Discernment (92) (paññā)

Ten Perfections (8/357) (dasa pāramiyo)

1. Generosity (66) (dāna)

2. Virtue (49) (sīla)

3. Renunciation (13) (nekkhamma)

4. Discernment (92) (paññā)

5. Energy (30) (viriya)

6. Patience (37) (khanti)

7. Truth (18) (sacca)

8. Determination (16) (adhiṭṭhāna)

9. Goodwill (90) (mettā)

10. Equanimity (28) (upekkhā)

Progress of insight (16/282)

Seclusion (28) (viveka)

Concentration (70) (samādhi)

Knowledge and vision (14) (ñāṇadassana)

Disenchantment (8) (nibbidā)

Dispassion (16) (virāga)

Cessation (27) (nirodha)

Relinquishment (108) (paṭinissagga)

Release (18) (vossagga)

Liberation (54) (vimutti)

Stages of awakening (27/155)

1. Stream entry (24/103) (sotāpanna)

Factors for stream entry (1/83) (sotāpattiyaṅga)

1. Association with people of integrity (11/37) (sappurisasaṁseva)

Spiritual friendship (28) (kalyāṇa-mittatā)

2. Hearing the true Dhamma (13) (saddhammassavana)

3. Appropriate attention (15) (yoniso manasikāra)

4. Practicing in accordance with Dhamma (26) (dhammā­nu­dhamma­p­paṭipatti)

2. Once return (1) (sakadāgāmī)

3. Non-return (2) (anāgamī)

4. Arahant (11)

Bodhisattva (3)

Nibbāna (25)

Heedfulness (5/25) (appamāda)

Sense of urgency (10) (saṃvega)

Gratitude (46) (kataññu)

Merit (33) (puñña)

Forgiveness (11)

Contentment (16) (santuṭṭhi)

Trust (11)

Courage (2)

Humility (6)

Non-contention (4)

Self-reliance (6)

Unskillful qualities (31/495) (akusalā dhammā)

Three Unwholesome Roots (45/143) (akusala-mūla)

1. Greed (8) (lobha)

2. Aversion (62) (dosa)

3. Delusion (44) (moha)

Outflows (4/86) (āsava)

Sensuality (kāmāsava) see Sensual desire (33)

Becoming (21) (bhavāsava)

Ignorance (6) (avijjāsava)

Views (26) (diṭṭhāsava)

Five Hindrances (21/148) (pañca nīvaraṇāni)

1. Sensual desire (33) (kāmacchanda)

2. Ill-will (12) (byāpāda)

3. Sloth and torpor (29) (thīna-middha)

4. Restlessness and worry (36) (uddhacca-kukkucca)

5. Doubt (27) (vicikiccha)

Ten Fetters (3/217) (dasa saṃyojanā)

1. Self-identity view (98) (sakkāya-diṭṭhi)

2. Doubt (27) (vicikicchā)

3. Attachment to rites and rituals (7) (sīlabbata-parāmāsa)

4. Sensual desire (33) (kāmacchanda)

5. Ill-will (12) (byāpāda)

6. Craving for material existence (1) (rūparāga)

7. Craving for immaterial existence (arūparāga)

8. Conceit (16) (māna)

9. Restlessness (uddhacca) see Restlessness and worry (36)

10. Ignorance (6) (avijjā)

Heedlessness (4) (pamāda)

Defilement (kilesa) see Unwholesome Roots (45)

Proliferation (87) (papañca)

Self-identity view (98) (sakkāya-diṭṭhi)

Conceit (16) (māna)

Judgementalism (19)

Perfectionism (9)

Jealousy (1)

Competitiveness (1)

Selfishness (5)

Guilt/shame/inadequacy (21)

Self-pity (2)

Depression (13)

Abuse/violence (5)

Addiction (2)

Spiritual bypass (6)

Indeterminate qualities (-/687) (abyākatā dhammā)

Four Nutriments (5/99) (cattāro āhārā)

1. Physical food (37) (kabaliṅkāra āhāra)

2. Contact (12) (phassa)

3. Mental volition (29) (manosañcetanā)

4. Consciousness (23) (viññāṇa)

Five Aggregates (32/143) (pañcakkhandhā)

1. Form (7) (rūpa)

2. Feeling (43) (vedanā)

3. Perception (30) (saññā)

4. Volitional formations (34) (saṅkhāra)

5. Consciousness (23) (viññāṇa)

Conditionality (63) (idappaccayatā)

Dependent origination (20/461) (paticca-samuppāda)

1. Ignorance (6) (avijjā)

2. Volitional formations (34) (saṅkhāra)

3. Consciousness (23) (viññāṇa)

4. Name and form (nāma-rūpa) see Aggregates (32)

5. Six Sense Bases (25) (saḷ-āyatana)

6. Contact (12) (phassa)

7. Feeling (43/156) (vedanā)

Pleasant feeling (sukhā vedanā) see Happiness (98)

Unpleasant feeling (dukkhā vedanā) see Pain (26)

Neither-painful-nor-pleasant feeling (7) (adukkhamasukhā vedanā)

8. Craving (38/101) (taṇhā)

Craving for sensuality (kāma-taṇhā) see Sensual desire (33)

Craving to become (bhava-taṇhā) see Becoming (21)

Craving not to become (15) (vibhava-taṇhā)

9. Clinging (62/125) (upādāna)

Sensuality-clinging (kāmupādāna) see Sensual desire (33)

View-clinging (diṭṭhupādāna) see Views (26)

Rites-and-rituals clinging (sīlabbatupādāna) see Attachment to rites and rituals (7)

Doctrine-of-self clinging (2) (attavādupādāna)

10. Becoming (21) (bhava)

11. Birth (7) (jāti)

12. Suffering (117) (dukkha)

Characteristics of existence (20/279)

1. Impermanence (60) (anicca)

2. Suffering (117) (dukkha)

3. Not-self (69) (anattā)

Naturalness (9) (dhammaṭṭhitatā)

Lawfulness (2) (dhammaniymatā)

Conditionality (63) (idapaccayatā)

Emptiness (11) (suññatā)

Suchness (1) (tathatā)

Not-made-of-that (2) (atammayatā)

Moods of the mind (3) (Arom kong git Thai)

Emotion (14)

Personality (26/58)

Habits (18)

Humor (18)

Fear (56) (bhaya)

Idealism (27)

Intuition (3)

Beauty (2)

Three Refuges (21/174) (tisaraṇa)

1. Buddha (36/83)

Buddha/Biography (38)

Buddha images (5)

Buddho mantra (5)

2. Dhamma (41)

3. Saṅgha (41)

Devotional practice (22/153)

Ceremony/ritual (10/15)

Pūjā (5)

Chanting (69/70)

Protective chants (7) (paritta)

Bowing (8)

Festival days (2/18)

Lunar observance days (12) (uposatha)

Kaṭhina (3)

Ajahn Chah Remembrance Day (2)

Visiting holy sites (13)

Objects of veneration (0/15)

Relics (6)

Stupas/monuments (3)

Bodhi Tree (1)

Buddha images (5)

Malas (1)

Amulets (1)

Funerals (10)

Superstition (1)

Precepts (28/145) (sikkhāpada)

Five Precepts (10/69) (pañca sikkhāpadāni)

Abstaining from: (veramaṇī)

1. Killing (18/26) (pāṇātipāta)

Vegetarianism (5)

Suicide (5)

Euthanasia (3)

Abortion (1)

2. Stealing (4) (adinnādāna)

3. Sexual misconduct (7) (kāmesu micchācāra)

4. False speech (6) (musā-vādā)

5. Intoxicants (20) (surāmeraya-majja-pamādaṭṭhānā)

Eight Precepts (5/70) (aṭṭha sikkhāpadāni)

Abstaining from: (veramaṇī)

1. Killing (18/26) (pāṇātipāta)

Vegetarianism (5)

Suicide (5)

Euthanasia (3)

Abortion (1)

2. Stealing (4) (adinnādāna)

3. Sexual activity (abrahmacariya) see Celibacy (2)

4. False speech (6) (musā-vāda)

5. Intoxicants (20) (surāmeraya-majja-pamādaṭṭhāna)

6. Eating after noon (2) (vikāla-bhojana)

7. Entertainment and adornment (6) (nacca-gīta-vādita)

8. High and luxurious beds (1) (uccāsayana-mahāsayanā)

Monastic precepts see Vinaya (48)

Meditation (57/928) (bhāvanā)

Meditation/General advice (20)

Right Effort (70) (sammā-vāyāma)

Four Foundations of Mindfulness (cattāro satipaṭṭhānā) see Right Mindfulness (58/396)

1. Mindfulness of body (61/249) (kāyagatā-sati)

Mindfulness of breathing (101) (ānāpānassati)

Four Postures (8)

Clear comprehension (46) (sampajañña)

Unattractiveness/32 parts (29) (asubha/dvattiṁsākāra)

Elements (21) (dhātu)

Recollection/Death (25) (maraṇassati)

2. Mindfulness of feeling (21) (vedanā-sati)

3. Mindfulness of mind (36) (citta-sati)

4. Mindfulness of dhammas (8) (dhammā-sati)

Ardency (27) (ātāpi)

Clear comprehension (46) (sampajañña)

Mindfulness (81) (sati)

Right Concentration (23/281) (sammā-samādhi)

Jhāna (74)

Seclusion (28) (viveka)

Directed thought and evaluation (71) (vitakka-vicāra)

Rapture (29) (pīti)

Happiness (98) (sukha)

Equanimity (28) (upekkhā)

One pointedness (12) (ekaggatā)

Formless attainments (8) (āruppa)

Meditation/Techniques (15/374)

Mindfulness of breathing (101/132) (ānāpānassati)

Gladdening the mind (33) (abhippamodaya citta)

Unattractiveness/32 parts (29) (asubha/dvattiṁsākāra)

Elements (21) (dhātu)

Perception of light (1) (āloka-saññā)

Kasiṇa (2)

Divine Abidings (17/178) (brahmavihārā)

1. Goodwill (90) (mettā)

2. Compassion (71) (karuṇā)

3. Empathetic joy (8) (muditā)

4. Equanimity (28) (upekkhā)

Visualization (9)

Body scanning (5)

Noting (4)

Mantra (6/10)

Buddho mantra (5)

Movement meditation (6)

Hua tou Chinese (1)

Sound of silence (2)

Calming meditation (34) (samatha)

Insight meditation (31) (vipassanā)

Recollection (44/249) (anusati)

1. Recollection/Buddha (15) (buddhānussati)

2. Recollection/Dhamma (13) (dhammānussati)

3. Recollection/Saṅgha (7) (saṅghānussati)

4. Recollection/Virtue (14) (sīlānussati)

5. Recollection/Generosity (6) (cāgānussati)

6. Recollection/Devas (10) (devatānussati)

7. Mindfulness of breathing (101) (ānāpānassati)

8. Recollection/Death (25) (maraṇassati)

9. Mindfulness of body (61) (kāyagatā-sati)

10. Recollection/Peace (3) (upasamānussati)

Four Postures (8/48)

1. Posture/Sitting (13)

2. Posture/Walking (21) (caṅkama)

3. Posture/Lying down (3)

4. Posture/Standing (5)

Bowing (8)

Meditation retreats (16)

Meditation/Results (3/136)

Wrong concentration (3) (micchā-samādhi)

Nimitta (9)

Continuity of mindfulness (29)

Present moment awareness (24)

Spaciousness (14)

Direct experience (29)

Knowing itself (35)

Meditation/Unusual experiences (14)

Long-term practice (32)

Teaching Dhamma (86/733)

The Gradual Teaching (17/591) (anupubbikathā)

Generosity (66) (dāna)

Virtue (49) (sīla)

Rewards of heaven (sagga) see Deva (26)

Danger of sensual pleasure (kāmānaṃ ādīnava) see Sensual desire (33)

Renunciation (13) (nekkhama)

Four Noble Truths (33/495) (cattāri ariya-saccāni)

1. Noble Truth of Suffering (13/219) (dukkha ariya-sacca)

Birth (7) (jāti)

Ageing (21) (jarā)

Sickness (56) (byādhi)

Death (96) (maraṇa)

Pain (26) (dukkha)

Grief (23) (domanassa)

Five aggregates affected by clinging (pañcupādānakkhandhā) see Aggregates (32)

2. Noble Truth of the Cause of Suffering (16/81) (dukkha-samudaya ariya-sacca)

1. Craving for sensuality (kāma-taṇhā) see Sensual desire (33)

2. Craving to become (bhava-taṇhā) see Becoming (21)

3. Craving not to become (15) (vibhava-taṇhā)

3. Noble Truth of the Cessation of Suffering (37/213) (dukkha-nirodha ariya-saccaṃ)

Dispassion (16) (virāga)

Cessation (27) (nirodha)

Relinquishment (108) (paṭinissagga)

Release (18) (vossagga)

Liberation (54) (vimutti)

4. Noble Truth of the Path to the Cessation of Suffering (dukkha-nirodha-gāminī paṭipadā ariya-sacca) see Eightfold Path (39)

Questions (15)

Dhamma discussion (2)

Mentoring (10)

Personal presence (11)

Admonishment/feedback (18)

Fierce/direct teaching (22)

Stories (2)

Similes (61)

Symbolism (2)

Dhamma books (28)

Dhamma online (5)

Teachers (9/683)

Monastic teachers (2/657)

Thai Forest Tradition (70/642)

Ajahn Sao Kantasīlo (5)

Ajahn Mun Bhūridatto (59)

Ajahn Chah Subhaddo (320)

Ajahn Chah lineage (5/296)

Ajahn Mahā Amorn Khemacitto (3)

Ajahn Jun Indavīro (2)

Ajahn Liem Ṭhitadhammo (29)

Ajahn Boon Choo Ṭhitaguṇo (7)

Ajahn Toon Cittasallo (1)

Ajahn Koon Aggadhammo (5)

Ajahn Mahā In (1)

Ajahn Sumedho (23)

Ajahn Anek Yasadinno (2)

Ajahn Bunjong (1)

Ajahn Gunha Sukhagāmo (2)

Ajahn Somboon Cittapañño (1)

Ajahn Pasanno (175)

Ajahn Anando (1)

Ajahn Tiradhammo (3)

Ajahn Viradhammo (4)

Ajahn Jundee Kantasāro (1)

Ajahn Gavesako (2)

Ajahn Puriso (6)

Ajahn Sucitto (10)

Ajahn Munindo (1)

Ajahn Piak Kantasīlo (4)

Ajahn Anan Akiñcano (10)

Ajahn Dtun Thiracitto (8)

Ajahn Amaro (11)

Ajahn Ñāṇadhammo (1)

Ajahn Jayasaro (15)

Ajahn Preecha Jutindharo (1)

Ajahn Soṇa (3)

Ajahn Mahā Adisak Dhammābhinando (1)

Ajahn Siripañño (1)

Ajahn Kevali (1)

Ajahn Jotipālo (4)

Ajahn Ñāṇiko (12)

Ajahn Pavaro (1)

Other Thai Forest teachers (0/143)

Ajahn Vajirayan Vajirañāno (1)

Ajahn Waen Suciṇṇo (2)

Ajahn Dune Atulo (7)

Ajahn Tongrat Kantasīlo (17)

Ajahn Kinaree Candiyo (9)

Ajahn Supah Kantasīlo (1)

Ajahn Khao Anālayo (4)

Ajahn Fun Ācāro (3)

Ajahn Tate Desaransi (2)

Ajahn Chorp Ṭhānasamo (1)

Ajahn Buddhadāsa Indapañño (12)

Ajahn Lee Dhammadharo (11)

Ajahn Sim Buddhacaro (4)

Ajahn Paññānanda Padumuttaro (3)

Ajahn Mahā Boowa Ñāṇasampanno (36)

Ajahn Fuang Jotiko (1)

Ajahn Jia Cundo (2)

Mae Chee Kaew (7)

Ajahn Suwat Suvaco (3)

Ajahn Gi Dhammuttamo (2)

Ajahn Baen Dhanākaro (8)

Ajahn Plien Paññapatipo (2)

Ajahn Teean Cittasubho (9)

Ajahn Khantipālo (1)

Ajahn Sanong Katapuñño (1)

Ajahn Wanchai Vicitto (4)

Ajahn Ṭhānissaro (15)

Ajahn Mahā Chatchai (1)

Ajahn Utane Kalyāno (2)

Ajahn Piyadhammo (1)

Other Thai monastics (1/17)

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