Re: [Pali] Vinaya Translation ?
- At 02:45 AM 12-05-04, Stephen Hodge wrote:
>Yes and no. Yes, that is what I was hoping would have ben digitized but itI see what you mean. Well, since you're stuck at home, would you consider offering Sacred-Text.com your service to digitise the rest?
>the Sutta-vibhanga is not available there.
>> I don't think I've come across any of Schopen's book. I'm interested inThanks for the info.
>Vinaya and also unravelling
>> the history of Theravadin scriptures. Can you please name the title?
>Schopen has revolutionized our understanding of Indian monastic Buddhism and
>the resulting picture is quite different from the ascetic ideal often
>presented by scholars in the past. <snip>
>> Btw, you might like to try getting a qi gong or pranic healing master forIt's like that. For the results to be more permanent, you'll have to repeat them more frequently. You can also try vipassana meditation. If after all that, the problem still persists, then maybe we'll just have to put the blame on plain bad kamma that has found its chance and wouldn't let go just yet.
>your slip disc.
>> I hear they can do wonders for such problems.
>This has been recurring every couple of years for decades and I have tried
>many different therapies, none of which seem to help greatly -- they work
>for a few hours but by the next day ... But thanks for the kind thought.