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Buddha: Venerable Acariya Mun Bhuridatta Thera

January 9th, 2010

This is a book I am highly recommended for all the Buddhism. In this book it tell about the life for Venerable Acariya Mun Bhuridatta Thera from earlier time until pass-away or going into rihanna. Along reading the book, I do belief Bantik already in the 4th level of Arahan which is all the Buddhism wishing to reach. He tell about the meditation and detail on the God, Ghost and unknown thing he meet.

Here the introduction on Bantik:

Acariya Mun was especially gifted as a motivator and teacher. Many of the monks who trained directly under his tutelage have distinguished themselves by their spiritual achievements, becoming well-known teachers in their own right. They have passed on his distinctive teaching methods to their disciples in a spiritual lineage that extends to the present day. As a result, the dhutanga kammatthana mode of practice gradually spread throughout the coun- try, along with Acariya Mun’s exalted reputation. This nationwide acclaim began to escalate during the last years of his life and continued to grow after his death until he came to be considered a national “saint” by almost unani- mous consent. In recent decades, he has gained recognition beyond the confines of his native land as one of the 20th century’s truly great religious figures.
Acariya Mun’s life epitomized the Buddhist ideal of the wandering monk intent on renunciation and solitude, walking alone through forests and mountains in search of secluded places that offer body and mind a calm, quiet environment in which to practice meditation for the purpose of transcending all suffering…”

Please take your time to read it, and this will increase your confident to practice our Buddhism basic 3 things to do. They are Donation, Follow the Buddhism Rules and Meditation.

Below is the cover of the book:

Venerable Acariya Mun Bhuridatta Thera

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Sadhu Sadhu Sadhu



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