"The Buddha's Teaching illuminates the way for mankind to cross from a world of darkness, hatred and suffering to a new world of light, love and happiness."

Introduction to conditional relations in Buddhism

Abhidhamma Lectures on TBSOmahasi youtube

Abhidhamma Lecture (English) May 29, 2015 (About Matter - Part 3)

Abhidhamma Lecture (English) May 22, 2015 (About Matter - Part 2)

Abhidhamma Lecture (English) May 8, 2015 (About Matter - Part 1)

All Abhidhamma Lectures in English

All Abhidhamma Lectures in Burmese

Analysis of Mind

Quick Notes for Mind in Chapter One

Table of matter

Introduction to Vipassana by Chanmyay Sayadaw (Mahasi Vipassana Tradition)


April 7, 2013 Snohomish, WA

Mahasi Mudon Sayadawgyi U Kusula

August 27th, 2011 Lynnwood, WA

Myittha Sayadaw (Part 1)

Myittha Sayadaw (Part 2)

August 29th, 2011 Lynnwood, WA

Myittha Sayadaw (Part 3)

Myittha Sayadaw (Part 4)

Myitta Aye Sayadaw (Part 1)

Myitta Aye Sayadaw (Part 2)

Sayadaw U Witthuta (Part 1)

Sayadaw U Witthuta (Part 2)


Ashin Vithutasara WA

Related resources for Abhidhamma Lectures

Various kinds of Dhamma Books

Bagan Pagoda

Bagan, Burma.

Bagna Pagoda

The cycle of life

Belief in soul is the cause of all the trouble

Buddhism stands unique in the history of human thought in denying the existence such a Soul, Self, or Atman.
According to the teaching of the Buddha, the idea of self is an imaginary, false belief which has no corresponding reality, and it produces harmful thoughts or 'me' and 'mine', selfish desire, craving, attachment, hatred, ill-will, conceit, pride, egoism, and other defilements, impurities and problems.
It is the source of all the troubles in the world from personal conflicts to wars between nations.
In short, to this false view can be traced all the evils in the world.