Treaty on Wisdom II

The Sakādāgami

THIS WORK REPRESENTS a written testimony of the author’s relationship to the result of his mental explorations: Wisdom, Pañña. The different sections throughout the work focus more and more precisely on the personal vision of the Dhamma, normally obtained after a process of intuitive conceptualization from the direct knowledge obtained when emerging from the jhānas in an almost daily meditation. This knowledge as it appears must be reduced to words among other things so as not to be forgotten. The work during this time, from March 2016 to April 2017, has been to use the full potential of fundamentally intuitive reasoning to center, place in context and make easy things that, at first, were often disturbing by the novelty, complexity and your connection to everything. What is perceived is the increasingly fine specification of the issues.

At the end of the work, the explanations are so easy, so simple, so coherent that, if they were adopted in this way, the Dhamma would be reduced to almost nothing.

Because he who does not know how to explain, does not know.

What we experience is experienced in the mind, within it. If we believe, we think, we project, we stipulate, we affirm, we maintain that there is something out there, we will believe, we will think, we will project, we will stipulate, we will affirm, we will support a concept. And where concepts live is in the mind. What is experienced is in the mind and what is experienced is in the mind. Dominating the mind we rule the world.


  • Serie:Treaty on Wisdom (Book II) – The Sakādāgami
  • Paperback: 292 pages
  • Editor: Independently published 
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 8667707509
  • ISBN-13: 979-8-667-70750-9
  • Dimensions of the product: 15.2 x 1.7 x 22.9 cm



Section 61: Is there something out there?

Section 62: The Samsara Extension

Section 63: The Permanent Permanence

Section 64: Three Sides of Compassion

Section 65: A Man of Great Wisdom

Section 66: Drowned in the Black Waters of Ignorance

Section 67: The Ceremonies in Buddhism

Section 68: Animal Sacrifices

Section 69: Three Stages of Practice

Section 70: The Fallacy of Free will

Section 71: Practice is Prior to Study

Section 72: The Three Characteristics

Section 73: Religion is Not Ethical

Section 74: The Noble Faith Buddhist

Section 75: The Origin of Religion

Section 76: Four Truths

Section 77: Cetanā

Section 78: The Way

Section 79: Love Without Traces of Attachment

Section 80: Dhamma Is Not Studied

Section 81: Children of the Blessed

Section 82: The Mathematics of Dhamma

Section 83: The Abodes of the Beings

Section 84: The root

Section 85: How to die

Section 86: The great ocean

Section 87: Synesthesia

Section 88: Grains of sand

Section 89: Arahantship

Section 90: The Art of the Possible

Section 91: Cetana, Nibbana and Existence

Section 92: With Alara Kalama

Section 93: The Theory as a Stock Market Variable

Section 94: Eating Cookbooks

Section 95: Doubt

Section 96: Socioeconomic Motivation of Tibetan Buddhism

Section 97: Feudalism Friendly

Section 98: The Dalai Lamas as Viceroys of China

Section 99: The Harmonious Tibetan Society

Section 100: A brief history of the Dalai Lamas

Section 101: The Nazi Guardian Tenzin Gyatso

Section 102: Dalai Lama, Buddhist, but little

Section 103: The Codex of Cognitive Biases

Section 104: Suttas Are Not Doctrine

Section 105: The Eternal Damnation

Section 106: Historical Buddha and Legendary Buddhas

Section 107: Energy Description of a Parinibbana

Section 108: The Thai Forest Tradition

Section 109: The Enlightenment of the Buddha

Section 110: Inquire

Section 111: The Nameless

Section 112: Fear

Section 113: Suffering as an Effective Pedagogical Resource

Section 114: The Immorality of Having Children

Section 115:.Self-regulation

Section 116: BaTheravada Buddhism (I) Sex by Black Magic

Section 117: BaTheravada Buddhism (II) Buddhism of Gay Porn

Section 118: BaTheravada Buddhism (III) Temple of the Tigers

Section 119: BaTheravada Buddhism (IV) Human Trafficking

Section 120: The Rohingya Genocide


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