The Bhikkhus Rules

A Guide for Laypeople

by Bhikkhu Ariyesako | 1998 | 50,970 words

The Theravadin Buddhist Monk's Rules compiled and explained by: Bhikkhu Ariyesako Discipline is for the sake of restraint, restraint for the sake of freedom from remorse, freedom from remorse for the sake of joy, joy for the sake of rapture, rapture for the sake of tranquillity, tranquillity for the sake of pleasure, pleasure for the sake of conce...

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Source: Transcribed from a file provided by the author, c/o Sanghaloka Forest Hermitage, PO Box 152, Kallista, Victoria 3791, Australia. Minor revisions were made in accordance with the ATI style sheet. Pali diacritics are represented using the Velthuis convention.

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