The subject of Nibbāna (Nirvana) is of course more than a technique of practice: Nibbāna is the very goal and purpose of the Buddhist teachings. From this standpoint the value of all Buddhist teachings, and all the other chapters of Buddhadhamma, is derived from their relationship to the realization of Nibbāna.
The reader should be aware that this book is composed of material drawn from chapters 6–10 of Buddhadhamma. These chapters follow preceding chapters on the Three Characteristics, Dependent Origination, and Kamma, and the author would have assumed a familiarity with these subjects. He is elaborating on themes introduced in these earlier chapters.
Digital formats are available on translator's website: https://buddhistteachings.org (This website is not a part of Wat Nyanavesakavan. Distribution and commercial rights are reserved by the Buddhadhamma Foundation and/or the translator.)
Robin Moore (former Suriyo Bhikkhu)
|First publishing||May 2553|
|Latest publishing on||Publishing no. 1 May 2553|
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