One Who Lives By The Dhamma

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  • Published on Dec 7, 2010
  • Talk broadcast on The Buddhist ( www.thebuddhist.tv ) television channel in Sri Lanka on the sort of person who truly lives by the dhamma.

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Comments • 37

  • A kind gentleman good sir

    The Deathless ambrosia of a Dhamma talk! Well spoken Yuttadhammo, thank you!

  • D D
    D D 4 months ago +1

    Thank you

  • Lahiru Hansaka
    Lahiru Hansaka 5 months ago +1

    Thanks for teaching

  • PB Basnayake
    PB Basnayake 5 months ago

    Excellence Bhanthe

  • Oneofusall
    Oneofusall 7 months ago

    Just think about seeing monk fly out of the window! That would be so funny! Like you are about to ask him some importaint qestion and he just takes off !! What sound would he make? Does it requires him to tense his musckles to take off? He probably had some involuntary farts while taking off! Must have! What about landings? Many landings on the face, trees, wall or something else before getting it right? Interesting stuff!

    • Oneofusall
      Oneofusall 7 months ago

      If I could fly out of the window, I would chose to fly feet first just in case I crash into something. Also helmet would be must as we all do mistakes. These days I would also have to wear trasponder and radio.

  • Joel Weidenfeld
    Joel Weidenfeld Year ago

    I'm sure there is not many enlightened beings as a result of your religion, that is it dont enrich shtit.... it if it does you alll chose to do fuck WITH it/ not practice shit/ not say shit because I have seen no general wisdom no help to humanity from one of you fucks and WE all sit here in a fuck mess that is actually obvious to a 7 year old enlightened human being brgirr he begins s life of abuse and flat manipulation

  • J C
    J C Year ago +1

    thank you for the teachings.

  • Woody spaceexplorer
    Woody spaceexplorer 2 years ago +1

    Thank you for sharing your wisdom of knowing and being our guide in this days which being a billionaire is the best thing to be born for.

  • z amihan
    z amihan 2 years ago +1

    Hi Noah, Im learning from your teaching still looking forward to experience it myself not that i will be able to memorise any of buddha's teaching but only practice and use it in my daily life... will watch the mindfullness video till i absorb it... again many thanks

  • yücel tüzün
    yücel tüzün 3 years ago

    is this the same monk with the one in the video that could be seen on the right hand-side (this dhamma)? the voice and the appearance slightly differes. So I couldnt be sure

  • Jay Skrine
    Jay Skrine 4 years ago +3

    Meditation is agony...

  • myladoor tg
    myladoor tg 5 years ago +2

    Thank you Bhante

  • Yim Veerasak
    Yim Veerasak 5 years ago +3

    I love the mention on "practicing" the teachings. I found this insight is very beneficial. Thank you dear ven. brother.

  • audiobodie
    audiobodie 5 years ago +4

    Thank you for this talk, venerable Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu. This is was very helpful. _/\_

  • Paul Lockey
    Paul Lockey 7 years ago +2

    Well explained - a good reminder of what it is I'm supposed to be doing. Thanks :-)

  • The Serf
    The Serf 7 years ago +3

    This is probably the best dhamma talk from a monk. So many monks and dhamma teachers always beat around the bush and never get to the core of the Buddha's teachings. Finally, we have somebody who tells the truth. I wish every monk and dhamma teacher would give this lesson every month to their students to remind them. It is very helpful to me personally also, because it gives me perspective on how to practice in a balanced way.

  • rungchai yongmonchai
    rungchai yongmonchai 7 years ago +1

    PRA-DHAMMA is the thing that you must find from yuorself.

  • K Raju
    K Raju 7 years ago +1

    Thank you so much.

  • Joseph De Vito
    Joseph De Vito 7 years ago +1

    Thank you :)
    joseph

  • Harnas31
    Harnas31 7 years ago +1

    thank you :)

  • Rukshan Basnayaka
    Rukshan Basnayaka 7 years ago +1

    Found this really helpful.may all your wishes come true!!

  • ANGELIZ333
    ANGELIZ333 8 years ago +1

    Thanks Noah! you are a great teacher :)

  • MISTUHJoka
    MISTUHJoka 8 years ago +1

    Great video! :) One of my favorites!

  • TheApatheticGuy
    TheApatheticGuy 9 years ago

    @DerrenBrown100

    Don't stop there. Toss it ALL away until you experience some of it for yourself.

  • DerrenBrown100
    DerrenBrown100 9 years ago +1

    @TheApatheticGuy Yeh but it takes away the validity of Buddism in my opinion. Ok i will ignore the claims that the Buddha was born of a virgin & toss all the supposed magic powers away. Thanks.

  • DerrenBrown100
    DerrenBrown100 9 years ago

    Those who thumbed up atari67 reply are wrong. Buddhists claim powers with no evidence.

  • TheApatheticGuy
    TheApatheticGuy 9 years ago +1

    @DerrenBrown100
    I don't know, but then again, you don't have to believe anything to sit down and watch the breath. Superstition and the supernatural aren't the focus of Buddhism...the focus is investigating reality in order to fully understand it. When you fully understand it, you're liberated from suffering by having cut off craving at its root.
    Ta da! No magic powers involved.

  • DerrenBrown100
    DerrenBrown100 9 years ago

    @TheApatheticGuy Ok but again, has anyone seen this? Flying, walking through walls.....really???

  • Diamond Mind
    Diamond Mind 9 years ago +8

    The Buddha did not teach Buddhism, he taught Dhamma, and that is universal.

    Thank you for this excellent dhamma talk!

  • TheApatheticGuy
    TheApatheticGuy 9 years ago

    @DerrenBrown100
    Gaining psychic powers are not necessary for any stage of enlightenment or even full arahantship. There's a sutta (I think it was one of the short-length ones, but I'm not sure), where a man questions a group of arahants and asks them if they have any powers. They reply that no, they did not. They merely saw into the deathless and understood the Dhamma.
    Although powers are allegedly possible to attain, they are by no means necessary for any stage of enlightenment.

  • DerrenBrown100
    DerrenBrown100 9 years ago

    @atari67 Well he said there that a guy flew out of a window, and he read someone's mind. I looked it up on wikipedia and it states that when one reaches a certain stage of enlightenment, you gain powers.

  • atari67
    atari67 9 years ago +2

    @DerrenBrown100 - there are no Buddhist magic powers.

  • DerrenBrown100
    DerrenBrown100 9 years ago

    Is there any evidence for Buddhist magic powers?

    • tictoc544
      tictoc544 2 years ago

      the only evidence is witness testimony which cannot be proved or disproved,and is not the goal of meditators