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What I heard, 9.

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Dear Paul and Thomas, I answer both of you. Paul, thanks for your mail. what happened in all those forty years? ... N: It is not easy to understand, we are not
Nina van Gorkom
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5:56 AM

Sad news

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Dear Nina Yes, right , I agree that you reminded the different between understanding conventional and realtiy of death Thanks for reminding Huong Sent from
huongxua6
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1:53 AM

Suggested reading

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Dear Jeff, ... I read your observations about meditation with interest. We can use the word bhaavanaa, mental development and as you know, there are two kinds:
Nina van Gorkom
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May 21

Concepts

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Hi Jon, ... <. . .> ... <. . .> ... KH: When you say you agree with both parts of my statement I have to wonder what we have been arguing about for the last
kenhowardau
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May 20

vancaka dhammas

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Dear Rob K and Tam, Thank you for all your good reports. It is very nice to hear that the nun has more understanding after listening and realizes how much
Nina van Gorkom
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May 20

Da Lat 4

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Dear Sarah Thank you for continuing to send your updates. All very useful and, I have to admit, I also like to hear the bits about travel, settling in at the
glenjohnann
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May 17

Re: Concepts (cont)

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Hallo Dhamma friends, ConceptsII, Ch26, SPD "Questioner: you said that concepts could be known through the mind-door. Therefore I am inclined to think that if
Azita Gill
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May 16

Da Lat 1

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Dear Tam Thank you very much. I'll try to listen to some of them. I have seen the pictures on Facebook - great to see everyone. You have all done another
glenjohnann
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May 15

What I heard 3.

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Hi Nina Why not come to Thailand beginning next year to meet Dhamma friends face to ... That would be nice. If the planned visits of family members to Japan
Phil Coristine
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May 13

Akusala conditions Kusala - Natural strong dependence

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Hi Rob E ... Hi Jon. Rob E: Part of correctly formed pariyatti would be the understanding that it is indeed the understanding, whether theoretical or direct,
jonoabb
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May 11

Confidence II, 3

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Dear Huong, ... N: I was not precise as to this point. I think it is the nimitta of visible object that is experienced, but it is not known that it is the
Nina van Gorkom
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May 10

Happy Vesak!"

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Dear Azita, thank you for your kind mail. The letters on the computer suddenly became black, very clear. Visible objects are never the same! Nina.
Nina van Gorkom
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May 9

Old Andrew L is back.. and a couple Qs

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Dear Andrew, You touch on so many points, and I will just go into a few of them. ... N: Pariyatti is a condition for satipatthana. First pariyatti must become
Nina van Gorkom
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May 4

Confidence, I,2

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Dear Thomas, ... N: The Buddha spoke many times about the sense-cognitions and their objects. He would not speak about them if they were not dhammas each with
Nina van Gorkom
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May 4

Re: Pain in the First and Third Noble Truth

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Dear Dieter, I came across a post of yours I think I did not answer yet. I had to finish urgent work. ... N: Seeing experiences visible object. But all the
Nina van Gorkom
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Apr 24
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