Sunday, October 4, 2020

Ven. Jiv.'s pāli chanting for the first 10 suttas of SN 47 Sati-'paṭṭhāna 🐘 Saṃyutta

 If you want to learn correct pāli pronunciation, this is the gold standard. 

https://archive.org/details/audtip-lucid24-SN-pli-rdrjiv




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Saṃyutta Nikāya (sutta text)

SN‍ Saṃyutta Nikāya: connected (discourses) collection

SN 47: Sati-'paṭṭhāna 🐘 Saṃyutta: remembrance-establishings


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Saturday, August 22, 2020

misc. older audtip sutta recordings

 

SN 12.033 Ñāṇavatthu 1 (chant)
Translator BJT
Read by Bhikkhu Jiv., 37m 50s, 34.6 MB Download
recorded on 2012-02 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text BJT: Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka
Enhanced version on archive.org 94.1 MB FLAC


Burmese

SN 22.122 Sīlavanta: (Burmese reading)
Translator TIBL 
Read by Sai, 6m 23s, 5.8 MB Download
recorded on 2013-01 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text TIBL
Enhanced version on archive.org 0.0 MB FLAC

SN 36.006 Salla (chant)
Translator BJT
Read by Bhikkhu Jiv., 14m 42s, 13.5 MB Download
recorded on 2012-01-12 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text (c) 2011 Audio recording license http://creativecommons
backup copy at archive.org


SN 45.8 Vibhanga (chant)
Translator BJT
Read by Bhikkhu Jiv., 10m 10s, 9.3 MB Download
recorded on 2012-01-12 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text (c) 2011 Audio recording license http://creativecommons
backup copy at archive.org
 



SN 46.051 [2.6.1] Ahara (chant)
Translator BJT
Read by Bhikkhu Jiv., 25m 33s, 23.4 MB Download
recorded on 2012-02 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text BJT: Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka
Enhanced version on archive.org 64.1 MB FLAC

Translator: Thanissaro  sutta text

Read by frank_k,  13min 5s  13MB Download
recorded on march 2011 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text ©1997 Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
backup copy at archive.org



SN 51.020 Vibhaṅga: Analysis of Bases of Power


Brief survey of the Bases of Power.

English

Translator: Thanissaro  sutta text

Read by frank_k,  11min 20s   10.7MB Download
recorded on march 12, 2011 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text ©1997 Thanissaro Bhikkhu.
backup copy at archive.org

Pāḷi

SN 51.020 [7.2.10] Vibhaṅga [Iddhipada-Vibhanga] (chant)
Translator BJT
Read by Bhikkhu Jiv., 23m 21s, 21.4 MB Download
recorded on 2012-02 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text BJT: Buddha Jayanti Tripitaka
Enhanced version on archive.org 58.8 MB FLAC

mn 66 tags   audtip.org


AN 09.0041 Tapussagahapati [Tapussa]: To Tapussa


This sutta shows the progression from each successive jhāna (for all 9 attainments), what the defect is in each one, and why the next higher attainment is superior. What is very interesting is for the four jhānas, the wording seems to definitively state that the defect of each jhana is examined and actively noticed while in that attainment, whereas the Vism. would say one has to first emerge from a jhāna before any evaluation can happen.

Another interesting feature is the simile for the 4 formless dimensions used: "Just as pain arises as an affliction for a healthy person, even so the attention to perceptions dealing with..."

However, since that same simile is used for all 4 formless dimensions, as well as the 4 jhānas, it doesn't seem to say something unique about the formless dimensions, such as whether one has bodily awareness in 4th jhāna.

Why is the Buddha giving this discourse to the householder Tapassa, who seems to be at the stage of the ordinary worldling struggling with temptations of sensuality? That's a long way from the formless dimensions and cessation of perception of feeling.

English

AN 09.0041 Tapussa: To Tapussa
Translator Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Read by frank_k, 26m 46s, 24.5 MB Download
recorded on 2012-06 licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 , sutta text (c) 1997 Thanissaro Bhikkhu
Enhanced version on archive.org 67.9 MB FLAC





rdrbkh, One of the readers, Bhikkhu Kh


About BKh

BKh is ordained as a bhikkhu in the Theravada Tradition. He would like everyone to try recording a sutta that they like for Audtip.org


Bhikkhu Kh
a link to this page 


rdrbkh   is the abbreviation used in sutta filenames and ID3 tags for this reader 



rdrfrn: One of the Readers, frank k


About Frank (Jan. 2011)

I like reading suttas. I also like listening to suttas; in several languages. Unfortunately not too many of them exist yet. Our hope is that collectively we can record readings from the pali suttas, Chinese agamas, and EBT in all the major languages.  If you'd like to help, Get Involved Now


frank_k  a link to this page
rdrfrn  is the abbreviation used in sutta filenames and ID3 tags for this reader

rdrjiv, one of the readers, Bhikkhu Jiv.


About Bhikkhu Jiv.

Bhikkhu Jiv. is ordained as a bhikkhu in the Theravada Tradition.


Bhikkhu Jiv. a link to this page  
 


rdrsai




Our first Burmese language reading recording artist.















Tuesday, August 18, 2020

✴️MN 122 Mahā-suññata: great-emptiness 🔗🔊

 

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MN 122 sutta text

✴️MN 122 🔗🔊 Mahā-suññata: great-emptiness: (ekodi, samādahati = do 4 jhānas) (emptiness) (doing that in 4 postures)

Pāḷi chanting

(not yet)

English

frankk 26min (B. Thanissaro trans.)


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Monday, August 17, 2020

MN 129 english 🔗🔊, what kind of karma leads to hell, animal, insect rebirth

 

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MN 129 sutta text

✴️MN 129 🔗🔊 Bāla-paṇḍita: the fool & the pundit:

Pāḷi chanting

(not yet)

English

frankk 35min


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Thursday, August 13, 2020

english MN 139 Araṇa-vibhaṅga: non-conflict analysis

 

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MN 139 sutta text

✴️MN 139 🔗🔊 Araṇa-vibhaṅga: non-conflict analysis

Pāḷi chanting

not yet

English

frankk 22min

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Monday, August 10, 2020

MN 135 and MN 136, two great suttas explaining karma and fruit of karma


I made two english recordings of these two suttas, based on B. Sujato's translation. Mostly unchanged, the big difference is where he translated  the many occurrences of the word 'kamma' (karma, action) into 'deeds' or 'action', I replaced with 'karma'. It gives the sutta a different feel, and it's perfect for the modern audience, already familiar with the concept of 'karma' having good and bad consequences (both short term and long), commensurate with the type of 'good' or 'bad' action ('karma' = action) that precedes the karmic results 


✴️MN 135🔗🔊 Cūḷa-kamma-vibhaṅga: small [discourse on] – karma – analysis
(why do being experience good and bad results of karma [action]?)
(Buddha gives commentary on STED kamma-s-saka)
(1. Karmic result of killing → short lifespan)
(2. Karmic result of habitually hurting → sickly health)
(3. Karmic result of being irritable and foul tempered → ugly)
(4. Karmic result of envy → insignificant)
(5. Karmic result of giving to ascetics and brahmins → wealth)
(6. Karmic result of being obstinate or vain → low social status)
(7. Karmic result of asking the wise about skillful and unskillful → wisdom and intelligence)

✴️MN 136  🔗🔊 Mahā-kamma-vibhaṅga: big [discourse on] – karma – analysis:
(4 types of people in world)
(1. Does evil → goes to hell)
(2. Does evil → goes to heaven)
(3. Does good → goes to heaven)
(4. Does good → goes to hell)



Wednesday, August 5, 2020

SN 47.8 sūda: 👩‍🍳 🍳 The cook: simile of cook


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SN 47.8 sutta text

SN 47.8 sūda: 👩‍🍳 🍳 The cook: simile of cook: how to use 4sp (learning the sign (nimitta))to take you into jhanas. Obtaining pleasant abiding here and now is a code phrase for the first 3 jhānas (AN 6.29), or all 4 jhānas (AN 4.41).

Pāḷi chanting

🔗🔊 frankk 8.5min, single file mp3 and FLAC

English


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