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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 109 from Majjhima Nikaya: The Mahapunnama Sutta, "The Longer Discourse on the Full Moon Night". Apologies the initial start was missed.  

Click here to read MN109 on Sutta Central.

"On a lovely full moon night, one of the mendicants presents the Buddha with a series of questions that go to the heart of the teaching. But when he hears of the doctrine of not-self, another mendicant is unable to grasp the meaning," Sutta Central.

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna, held at Jhana Grove Retreat Centre in Serpentine, Western Australia from 14th to 16th of December 2018.

Track 5: Last Dhamma Talk (sorry I think the beginning is missing)

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses the 33rd sutta from the Majjhima Nikaya: Mahagopalaka Sutta, “The Greater Discourse on the Cowherd.”

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"For eleven reasons a cowherd is not able to properly look after a herd. The Buddha compares this to the spiritual growth of a mendicant," Sutta Central.

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses the 16th sutta from the Majjhima Nikaya: Cetokhila Sutta, “Emotional Barrenness” or “Discourse on Mental Barrenness” or “The Wilderness in the Heart.”

Click here to read MN16 on Sutta Central.

“The Buddha explains various ways one can become emotionally cut off from one’s spiritual community,” Sutta Central.

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna, held at Jhana Grove Retreat Centre in Serpentine, Western Australia from 14th to 16th of December 2018.

Track 4: Morning Questions and Answers

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna, held at Jhana Grove Retreat Centre in Serpentine, Western Australia from 14th to 16th of December 2018.

Track 3: Evening Chanting and Questions and Answers

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna, held at Jhana Grove Retreat Centre in Serpentine, Western Australia from 14th to 16th of December 2018.

Track 2: Morning Dhamma Talk

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna, held at Jhana Grove Retreat Centre in Serpentine, Western Australia from 14th to 16th of December 2018.

Track 1: Introduction and short guided meditation starting around 53:20

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 19 from the Majjhima Nikaya; Dvedhāvitakka Sutta, "Two Kinds of Thought". 

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"Recounting his own experiences in developing meditation, the Buddha explains how to understand harmful and harmless thoughts, and how to go beyond thought altogether" Sutta Central. 

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 35.241 from the Samyutta Nikaya: Pathamadarukkhandhopama Sutta -The Simile of the Great Log.

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"The Buddha gives a parable of a large log floating downstream, which, if it steers clear of the many obstacles, will eventually reach the ocean. A mendicant asks for an explanation, and the Buddha clarifies each item. A cowherd named Nanda was listening, and determined to go forth", Sutta Central. 

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 46.6 from the Samyutta Nikaya: Kundaliya Sutta. Click here to read SN46.6 on Sutta Central.

"The wanderer Kuṇḍaliya points out that some ascetics argue for the sake of winning debates. But the Buddha says his path is for the sake of liberation. Kuṇḍaliya asks what leads to liberation, and the Buddha traces a sequence of conditions back to sense restraint", Sutta Central. 

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses from AN Chapter of the Eights. Click here to read the english translations.

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 2 from the Majjhima Nikaya: Sabbasava Sutta, "All The Taints" or "All the Defilements."

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"The diverse problems of the spiritual journey demand a diverse range of responses. Rather than applying the same solution to every problem, the Buddha outlines seven methods of dealing with defilements, each of which works in certain cases," Sutta Central.

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses from MN29 Mahasaropama Sutta. Click here to read the english translations.

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses sutta 87 from the Majjhima Nikaya: Piyajatika Sutta, “Born from Those Who Are Dear” or “Born From the Beloved.”

Click here to read MN87 on Sutta Central.

“A rare glimpse into the marital life of King Pasenadi, and how he is led to the Dhamma by his Queen, the incomparable Mallikā. She confirms the Buddha’s teaching that our loved ones bring us sorrow; but that’s not something a husband, father, and king wants to hear,” Sutta Central.

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Venerable Hasapanna discusses the 128th sutta from Majjhima Nikaya: Upakkilesa Sutta, "Imperfections" or "Corruptions". 

Click here to read MN128 on Sutta Central.

"A second discourse set at the quarrel of Kosambi, this depicts the Buddha, having failed to achieve reconciliation between the disputing mendicants, leaving the monastery. He spends time in the wilderness before encountering an inspiring community of practicing monks. There he discusses in detail obstacles to meditation that he encountered before awakening," Sutta Central. 

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna - November 2017. 

Track 05 of 05: Guided Metta Meditation. 

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna - November 2017. 

Track 04 of 05: Morning Dhamma Talk. 

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna - November 2017. 

Track 03 of 05: Questions and Answers.

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Weekend Meditation Retreat with Venerable Hasapanna - November 2017. 

Track 02 of 05: Morning Dhamma Talk 

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