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Dainichi Nyorai, aka Mahavairochana; also see: Shingon, the very truth of the universe;

dāna, a.k.a. kiriya, a.k.a. vatthu, a.k.a. puñña-kiriya-vatthu; dāna, deeds of generosity; without expecting personal gain, or fame; existence of giving, offering, providing, sharing, ...; alms-giving; dāna, constituted of loving kindness mettā and compassion sympathy karunā; ; dana, charity;

DAṆḌA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

danda-bhaya, by law, suffer punishment; danda-bhaya, getting punished by authority;

Dāruk khandha sutta;

daśabhūmika;

dassa-pabbajja-sila, 10 precepts; monk, nun, and some senior yogi practice 10 precepts; Also see: sila;

dassa-sila, 10 precept; Also see: sila; Notice that Nippon dialog "DES" might be started thousands of years ago, WHEN das sa refers to 10; Also see: *datta (e.g. Buddha datta); Therefore, usages in languages are very interesting IFF retrospectively approx. to the past ... ;

dassana, accompanying aspect of vision;

dātabbavatthu, things to offer to do dāna;

Datarattha, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

deva, deity [also see: Lady Deity]; heavenly beings; also see: Who are the Buddhist Deities.html;

Śrīmālā devā siṃhanāda sutra;

deva-dhamma, shining dhamma;

Devadatta, wick & cruel man;

Devadūta sutta;

devaputta, also see: mara;

dhamma aka dharma, accordance with 1., 2., and 3., 2500+ years of genuine/modified/..., dhamma books, dhamma lectures, dhamma medias, dhamma songs, dhamma translations, ... ; dhamma, and vinaya, a.k.a. sāsana, a way for monks to be cultured; dhamma, general objects, 3rd object yogi will observe WHEN meditating; ; dhamma, guidance that guarantees dhamma-follower happiness; aka dharma; dhamma, principle; dhamma, phenomena; Also see: Satipatthana meditation; dhamma, natural phenomena;

Buddha, Dharma (a.k.a. Dhamma), Sangha;

Also see: three;

dhamma niyāma, order of norm, for example: natural phenomena occurring at the advent of a Bodhisatta's last birth, gravitation, ... ; also see: order 5. of niyāma ;

dhammacaka, a book's name; dhammacakka e.g. Dhammacakka Meditation Center, Berkeley, California, USA; Dhammachakka;

IFF cakka, also see: Swastika;

Dhammacakka pavattana sutta;

dhammaduta mission; dhammadūta, dhamma (a.k.a. dharma) work e.g. missionary;

dhamma sangani, Classification of dhamma, aka 1st of abhidhamma pitaka; Dhammasaṅganī, a book's name regarding Abhidhamma;

dhamma-dāna, offering practice method that can the uplift quality of life;

dhamma-nupassanā, a.k.a. dhammanupassanā; contemplation of phenomena;

dhamma-vijaya, victory of the dhamma e.g. journeys, missionaries;

dhammācariya, dhamma teacher; dhammācariya, the ones WHO passed Abhidhamma exam;

dhammakaya, cosmic body, essential nature, and one with absolute sunyata; also see: trikaya; also see: dharmakaya;

dhammam ... , also see: worshipping Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha;

dhammanupassanā, a.k.a. dhamma-nupassanā; dhammanupassanā, contemplation of phenomena;

4 foundations of mindfulness (kāyānupassanā, vedanānupassanā, cittānupassanā, dhammanupassanā); also see: 37 Factors of Enlightenment, Bodhipakkhiyadhamma = 4 + 4 + 4 + 5 + 5 + 7 + 8;

Dhammapada (The Words of Truth) consists of 423 verses in Pali uttered by the Buddha on some 305 occasions ... ; by generations, they (uttered verses) are divided into 26 cantos (a.k.a. 26 chapters) vagga; also see: budaedu.org;

Dhammapada, commentary states;

Dhammapada, Way of truth; also see: Khuddaka nikāya is subdivided into 15 books;  5.*; Dhammapada, a book's name, written by SAYADAWGYI U SĪLĀNANDĀBHIVAṀSA (also see: TBSA.org);

Dhammapada Aṭṭhakathā;

(mātikā of Dhammasaṅganī, Dhātukathā, Yamaka and Paṭṭhāna) a.k.a. Night Lessons, a.k.a. Ayakok books;

dhammata, realization of absolute sunyata and very unity samata;

DHAMMAṬṬHA VAGGA; also see: vagga;

dhammavicaya, investigation of the truth; Also see: bojjhaṅga, 7 constituents of enlightenment;

Dhammika Sutta;

dharma [ THE JOY OF LIVING ], aka dhamma; the truth; similar to bible, dharma scripts are written; dissimilar to bible, Buddha dharma are also in Pali language;   also see: Tripitaka;

3 treasures: Buddha, Dharma (a.k.a. dhamma), Samgha (a.k.a. sangha);

Namu-Amida-Butsu, whole hearted reliance, dharma, teaching, samgha, brotherhood; Referenced Books (THE TEACHING OF BUDDHA);

Buddha, Dharma (a.k.a. Dhamma), Sangha;

Also see: 3;

dharmakaya (dharma body, Buddhism's highest form of existence) ; also see: dhammakaya;

Dharma-kaya, aspect of essence;
Sambhoga-kaya, aspect of potentiality;
Nirmana-kaya, aspect of manifestation;

dhātu, earth-element;

(mātikā of Dhammasaṅganī, Dhātukathā, Yamaka and Paṭṭhāna) a.k.a. Night Lessons, a.k.a. Ayakok books; dhātu kathā, Discussion with reference to elements, aka 5th of abhidhamma pitaka;

dhatumanasikārapabba; Also see: A Study of First MulaMinGoneZetawonSayadaw’s Insight Meditation Technique in Burma, Ashin Panyacekka, Alodawpyie Meditation Monastery, Newark, CA 94560, U.S.A. (This research paper, submitted to United Nation Day of Vassak, the International Association of Buddhist University, MC University, Bangkok, Thailand), on January 13, 2016;

dhuva, eternal;

meditation; Radical333;

dhyana, profound meditation, also see: Zen;

Amitāyur-dhyāna & vimalakīrtinirdeśa sūtra;

dibba cakkhu, divine eye; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

e.g. foreseeing the future without prediction; e.g. having vision without scientific camera; e.g. retrospective vision of previous lives;

dibba-cakkhu, divine eye, aka one of the supernormal powers ;

dibba sota, divine ear; vijjā caraṇa (8 kinds of knowledge, 15 kinds of conduct);

e.g. hearing remotely from distance; e.g. told (informed) without informer and reporter; e.g. neither eavesdropping nor overhearing, but knowing (hearing) remotely from distance; for basic understanding, 1st do meditation, and then realize hearing-in-distance begins, i.e. very basic understanding of meditation ... ;

dibba-sota, divine ear, aka one of the supernormal powers ;

Digha nikāya, Collection of long discourses, aka 1st of sutta pitaka; Also see: Satipatthana Sutta;

Dīgha Nikāya;
Majjhima Nik
āya;
Sayutta Nikāya;
Aguttara Nikāya;

Dipankara Buddha, also see: 2008 Ashin Pyinnya Thiha taught suttas .htm;

ditthi, ego-belief; wrong belief;   also see: sassataditthi; ucchedaditthi; Buddha Anupassi, one of the solutions to control & to handle ditthi ... ; Yogakkhema (kama, bhava, ditthi, avijja);

ditthi visuddhi, view purification;

domanassa, discontent;

lobha (attachment), dosa (ill will), and moha (delusion) can be avoided/controlled/reduced by moral roots alobha (generosity), adosa (good will), and amoha (wisdom);

dosa, anger; aversion; hatred; Metta Anupassi, one of the solutions to control & to handle dosa ... ;

duggati-bhaya, getting reborn in woeful existences as a result of misconducts;

duggati-bhaya, woeful rebirths;

impermanence, suffering, and non-soul of feelings (a.k.a. anicca, dukkha, and anatta in Pali); Also see: A Study of First MulaMinGoneZetawonSayadaw ’s Insight Meditation Technique in Burma, Ashin Panyacekka, Alodawpyie Meditation Monastery, Newark, CA 94560, U.S.A. This research paper, submitted to United Nation Day of Vassak, the International Association of Buddhist University, MC University, Bangkok, Thailand. January 13, 2016;

dukkha or while suffering, [2009; Joyful Wisdom]; dukkha, sorrow; suffering; aka one of the 3 characteristics of ... ;

( anicca-lakkhanā (impermanence), dukkha-lakkhanā (unsatisfactory & unreliable), and anatta-lakkhanā (lack of inherent self) ) aka sāmañña lakkhanā (universally (basic & common) to all (mental & physical) phenomena);

dukkha sacca, truth of suffering e.g. knowledge of stiffness and tension WHILE meditation;

cūḷa dukkhakkhandha sutta;

dukkhavedanā, unsatisfactory feeling;

dussila, an immoral person;

dva ttimis ākārā, 32 parts of the body; Also see: mindfulness of breathing: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th jhāna;

Dvedhāvitakka sutta; also see: Devadatta;

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