Dr. Silananda Bhivamsa

Home Page
Abhidhamma in English
Abhidhamma in Myanmar
Audio in English
Audio in Myanmar
Video in English
Video in Myanmar
eBook in English
eBook in Myanmar
NEWS သတင္း႑

လႈဒါန္းရန္
အႀကံျပဳခ်က္မ်ား
Contact Us
Useful Link
LIVE Webcast
iPhone, iPAD ကိုအသံုးျပဳသူမ်ားသည္ Mp3 မ်ားကို တိုက္ရိုက္ နာယူႏိုင္ပါသည္။ ဗီဒီယိုတရားေတာ္မ်ား အတြက္ App Store တြင္ Oplayer Lite (သို႕မဟုတ္) yxplayer2 Lite ကို Free Download အသုံးျပဳၿပီး ၾကည္႕ရႈႏိုင္ပါသည္။

တျခား Mobile Phone မ်ားအတြက္ Opera Browser ကို အသုံးျပဳႏိုင္ပါသည္။

Android version 2.1တြင္ ျမန္မာလို မျမင္ရပါ။ Android version 2.2 ႏွင့္ ဒီထက္ျမင့္ေသာ Android Version မ်ားပါရွိေသာ Mobile, Tablet မ်ားကို အသုံးျပဳက ျမန္မာလို ျမင္ရ ႏိုင္ပါသည္။

 

Venerable Sayadaw U Silananda

(D.Litt)

(December 16, 1927---August 13, 2005)
(အဂၢမဟာပ႑ိတ - အဂၢမဟာသဒၶမၼေဇာတိကဓဇ)

ပါေမာကၡခ်ဳပ္ဆရာေတာ္

အျပည္ျပည္ဆိုင္ရာေထရဝါဒဗုဒၶသာသနာျပဳတကၠသိုလ္၊ ရန္ကုန္

 

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Abhidhammattha Saṅgaha by Sayādaw U Sīlānanda
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


01) Lecture 1-1: Introduction to Abhidhamma
02) Lecture 1-2:Introduction to Abhidhamma

03) Lecture 2-1: Two Kinds of Truth, Brief Introduction On: Citta, Cetasika, Rūpa, Nibbāna
04) Lecture 2-2: Four Noble Truths; Planes of Existence; Akusala Citta

05) Lecture 3-1: Pāḷi Pronunciation; Akusala Citta, Ahetuka Citta
06) Lecture 3-2: Pāḷi Pronunciation Exercise, Kāmāvacara Sobhana Citta, Rūpāvacara Citta; Jhāna, Jhāna Factor, Jhāna Consciousness
 

07) Lecture 4-1: Arūpāvacara Citta; Lokuttara Citta
08) Lecture 4-2: Lokuttara Citta; Jhānas, Revision

09) Lecture 5-1: Cetasika
10) Lecture 5-2: Cetasika

11) Lecture 6-1: Citta Cetasika (Methods of Combination)
12) Lecture 6-2: Citta Cetasika (Methods of Combination)

13) Lecture 7-1: Review of Homeworks: Classification of Citta; by Feelings, by Roots
14) Lecture 7-2: Classification of Citta: by Functions

15) Lecture 8-1: Review of Homework Assignment; Classification of Citta: by Doors
16) Lecture 8-2: Classification of Citta: by Doors, by Objects

17) Lecture 9-1: Classification of Citta: by Doors, by Bases
18) Lecture 9-2: Classification of Citta: by Bases, 3 Chapters at a Glance; Introduction to Thought Process

19) Lecture 10-1: Thought Process
20) Lecture 10-2: Thought Process; Importance of Abhidhamma; Q & A (General)

21) Lecture 11-1: Jhāna & Ñāṇa
22) Lecture 11-2: Jhāna & Ñāṇa; Q & A (General)

23) Lecture 12-1: Re-cap Chapters 1-3; Introduction to Thought Process
24) Lecture 12-2: Eye Door Thought Process

25) Lecture 13-1: Eye Door Thought Process (continued); Mind Door Thought Process
26) Lecture 13-2: Mind Door Thought Process (continued)
27) Lecture 13-3: Mind Door Thought Process (continued)

28) Lecture 14-1: Procedure of Registration (Tadārammaṇa); Thought Process with Guest Bhavaṅga; Procedure of Javana
29) Lecture 14-2: Abhiññā; Individual & their Types of Consciousness; Lawful Order of Citta; Q&A

30) Lecture 15-1: Conditions for Thought Process to Arise; 31 Planes of Existence; Planes & Individuals
31) Lecture 15-2: Rebirth Linking Consciousness; Life Span in each Planes; Q & A

32) Lecture 16-1: What is Kamma?; Results of Kamma; Classification of Kamma: by Way of Functions
33) Lecture 16-2: Classification of Kamma: by Way of Functions, by Order of Ripening, by Time of Ripening
 

34) Lecture 17-1: Classification of Kamma: by Place of Ripening
35) Lecture 17-2: Classification of Kamma: by Place of Ripening (continued)

36) Lecture 18-1: Kamma & its Results; Death & Rebirth
37) Lecture 18-2: Sign at Time of Death; Death Rebirth Linking Thought Process
38) Lecture 18-3: Q & A

39) Lecture 19-1: Object of Sense Sphere - Rebirth Consciousness; Determination of Rebirth
40) Lecture 19-2: Rebirth Linking Consciousness; Rūpa; Q & A

41) Lecture 20-1: Rūpa; Concretely Produced Matters; Non-Concretely Produced Matters
42) Lecture 20-2: Rūpa; Classification of Matters; Origination of Matters; Q & A
43) Lecture 20-3: Q & A (continued)

44) Lecture 21-1: Rūpa; Origination of Matters; Grouping of Material Phenomena; Development of Fetus
45) Lecture 21-2: Rūpa; Grouping of Material Phenomena; Rising & Disappearing of Rūpa; Nibbāna

46) Lecture 22-1: Re-cap on previous chapters; Akusala-Saṅgaha
47) Lecture 22-2: Akusala-Saṅgaha; Missaka-Saṅgaha

48) Lecture 23-1: Missaka-Saṅgaha; Bodhipakkhiya-Saṅgaha
49) Lecture 23-2: Bodhipakkhiya-Saṅgaha

50) Lecture 24-1: Bodhipakkhiya-Saṅgaha; Sabba-Saṅgaha
51) Lecture 24-2: Sabba-Saṅgaha; Paṭiccasamuppāda

52) Lecture 25-1: Paṭiccasamuppāda
53) Lecture 25-2: Paṭiccasamuppāda; Paṭṭhāna

54) Lecture 26-1: Paṭṭhāna
55) Lecture 26-2: Paṭṭhāna

56) Lecture 27-1: Paṭṭhāna
57) Lecture 27-2: Paṭṭhāna

58) Lecture 28-1: Analysis of Concepts
59) Lecture 28-2: Analysis of Concepts; Meditation: General, Samatha

60) Lecture 29-1: Samatha Meditation
61) Lecture 29-2: Samatha Meditation

62) Lecture 30-1: Vipassanā Meditation
63) Lecture 30-2: Vipassanā Meditation

64) Lecture 31-1: Vipassanā Meditation
65) Lecture 31-2: Vipassanā Meditation; Conclusion

 

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Visuddhimagga Talks by Venerable Sayādaw U Sīlānanda
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 

  Introduction to The Path of Purification (Visuddhimagga)  
1 Brief introduction  
2 Brief introduction  
3 (pp.1, para.1) – (pp.2, para.6) 1.(para.5) “... it is the means of approach ...” → “... it is the means of attainment ...”
4 (pp.3, para.7) – (pp.5, para.10 Virtue) 1.(pp.4, para.7) “... This word shows protective understand.” → understand here mean clear comprehension of what is bneficial or clear comprehension of what is suitable. So, “... This word shows understand engaged in keeping meditation.” (That mean, when you practice meditation, you have to know, which is beneficial, which is not; which is suitable, which is not; you have to keep this understanding or wisdom with you always, when you practice meditation.)
2.(pp.5, para.10) “of profitable things” → also mean “of wholesome things”
3.(pp.5, para.10) “...of non-remorse, and so on” → here “and so on”, you can refer to (pp.13, para.32, line.5)
5 (pp.5, para.10 Concentration) 1.(para.10) “... Entering upon the profitable” → also mean “Cultivating what is wholesome”.
2.(para.10) “... Understanding is the end of the dispensation.” → Understanding here mean penetration of Four Noble Truth.
3.(para.11) “... the four kinds of discrimination” → that is (catupaṭisambhidā).
4.(para.12) “... the states of loss” → means woeful states.
5.(para.12) “... the element of sense-desires” → it is better to translate as “the world of sense-desires”.
     
  Part I. Virtue  
  Chapter I. Description of Virtue (Continue)  
6 (pp.7, para.17) 1. “Virtue as volition” → it concerns the 3 bodily action and 4 verbally action.
2. “Virtue as consciousness-concomitant” → it concerns the 3 mentally action.
7 (pp.7, para.18) 1. “The currents in the world that flow, Ajita” → “currents” here means akusala.
2. “purification of livelihood” here is for monk. To have a pure livelihood, monk must go out for alms.
8 (pp.8, para.19) 1. “...meaning non-inconsistency of bodily action, etc.” → it is better to translate as “...meaning non-scattered of bodily action, etc.”
9 (pp.8, para.20 – 22) 1. “...the visible-data base...” → that is visible object or form.
2. “...conscience and shame...” → that is also mean shame and fear.
10 (General talks)  
     
  What are the benefits of virtue? How many kinds of virtue are there?  
11 (chapter 1 – until pp.9, para.22)  
12 (pp.9, para.23 – pp.10, para.24) What are the benefits of virtue?  
13 (pp.10, para.25 – pp.12, para.28) How many kinds of virtue are there?  
14 (pp.12, para.27 – para.29)  
15 (pp.13, para.32 – pp.14, para.35)  
16 (pp.15, para.40)  
17 (pp.16, para.42) (a) & (b)  
     
  Kinds of virtue (Continue)  
18 (pp.16, para.42) (c)  
19 (pp.17, para.44)  
20 (pp.18, para.45 – pp.20, para.52)  
     
  Kinds of virtue (Continue)  
21 (pp.20, para.53)  
22 (pp.22, para.57)  
23 (pp.24, para.60)  
24 (pp.28, para.74 & pp.29, para.78)  
25 (pp.30 – pp.33)  
26 (pp.34 – pp.35)  
     
  Kinds of virtue (Continue)  
27 (pp.35 – pp.37)  
28 Questions and Answers  
     
  Kinds of virtue (Continue)  
29 (pp.37, para.100 – pp.39, para.108)  
30 (pp.40, para.109 – pp.42, para.122)  
31 (pp.43, para.123 – pp.43, para.125)  
32 (pp.44, para.126 – para.127)  
33 (pp.44, para.128 – pp.51, para.141)  
     
  What is the defiling of it? What is the cleansing of it?  
34 (pp.51, para.142 – pp.54, para.155)  
35 (pp.54, para.156 – pp.58, para.161) End of Chapter I  
     
  Chapter II. Description of The Ascetic Practices  
36 (pp.59, para.1 – pp.60, para.3) Introduction to Ascetic Practices  
37 (pp.60, para.4 – pp.65, para.22) The refure-rag-wearer's practice  
38 (pp.60, para.4; pp.65, para.23 – pp.66, para.26) The triple-robe-wearer's practice.  
39 (pp.66, para.27 - pp.68, para.30) The alms-food-eater's practice.  
40 (pp.68, para.31 – pp.69, para.34) The house-to-house-seeker's practice.  
41 (pp.69, para.35) The one-sessioner's practice. (to be continued)  
     
  The Ascetic Practices (Continue)  
42 (pp.69, para.35 – pp.70, para.38) The one-sessioner's practice.  
43 (pp.70, para.39 – pp.71, para.42) The bowl-food-eater's practice.  
44 (pp.71, para.43 – pp.72, para.46) The later-food-refuser's practice.  
45 General talks (making of robes).  
     
  The Ascetic Practices (Continue)  
46 (pp.72, para.47 – pp.74, para.55) The forest-dweller's practice.  
47 (pp.74, para.56 – pp.75, para.59) The tree-root-dweller's practice.  
48 (pp.75, para.60 – pp.76, para.63) The open-air-dweller's practice.  
49 (pp.76, para.64 – pp.78, para.68) The charnel-ground dweller's practice.  
50 (pp.78, para.69 – pp.78, para.72) The any-bed-user's practice.  
51 (pp.78, para.73 – pp.79, para.76) The sitter's practice.  
52 (pp.79, para.77 – pp.80, para.79) the Profitable Triad.  
     
  The Ascetic Practices (Continue)  
53 (pp.80, para.79 – pp.82, para.86).  
54 (pp.82, para.87 – pp.83, para.93) End of Chapter II.  
55 General talks (Sīla).  
56 General talks (Ascetic Practices are not concept).  
     
  Part II. Concentration  
  Chapter III. Description of Concentration, Part II. Concentration, Chapter III. Description of Concentration – Taking a Meditation Subject.  
57 (pp.84, para.1 – pp.85, para.3)  
58 (pp.85, para.4 – pp.85, para.5)  
59 (pp.86, para.6 – pp.86, para.9)  
60 (pp.87, para.14 – pp.89, para.22)  
61 (pp.90, para.27 – pp.91, para.28)  
62 (pp.91, para.29 – pp.91, para.31)  
63 (pp.93, para.35 – pp.96, para.49)  
     
  The 10 Impediments (Continue)  
64 (pp.96, para.51 – pp.98, para.55) 9. Books  
65 (pp.98, para.56 – pp.99, para.58) 10. Supernormal powers; Approach the Good Friend, the giver of a meditation subject.  
66 (pp.99, para.61 – pp.102, para.72) The Good Friend.  
     
  Temperaments  
67 (pp.102, para.74 – pp.104, para.80) Temperament.  
68 (pp.104, para.81 – pp.105, para.83)  
69 (pp.106, para.87 – pp.106, para.89) How is the temperament to be known.  
70 (pp.107, para.91 – pp.109, para.97) By the action; By eating; By seeing and so on; By the kind of states occurring; What suits one of what kind of temperament.  
71 (pp.111, para.101 – pp.113, para.105) The right lodging; the 40 meditation subjects.  
72 (pp.113, para.106 – pp.113, para.107) As to which bring access only and which absorption; As to the kind of Jhāna.  
73  (pp.113, para.108 – pp.114, para.109) As to surmounting; As to extension and non-extension.  
     
  Concentration (Continue)  
74 (pp.114, para.109 – pp.114, para.111) As to extension and non-extension.  
75 (pp.115, para.112 – pp.116, para.116) cont. As to extension and non-extension.  
76 (pp.116, para.117 – pp.117, para.119) As to object; As to plane; As to apprehending.  
77 (pp.117, para.120 – pp.117, para.121) As to condition; As to suitability to temperament.  
78 (pp.118, para.122 – pp.121, para.133) End of Chapter III – Description of Concentration.  
     
  Chapter IV. Description of Concentration - Earth Kasiṇa  
79 (pp.122, para.1 – pp.123, para.3)  
80 (pp.123, para.4 – pp.124, para.11)  
81 (pp.124, para.12 – pp.125, para.18)  
82 (pp.125, para.19 – pp.126, para.20)  
83 (pp.126, para.21 – pp.127, para.23)  
84 (pp.127, para.24 – pp.128, para.26)  
85 (pp.129, para.28 – pp.129, para.29)  
     
  (Continue)  
86 (pp.129, para.29 – pp.131, para.31)  
87 (pp.131, para.32 – pp.134, para.41)  
88 (pp.134, para.42 – pp.135, para.47)  
89 (pp.135, para.48 – pp.136, para.49)  
90 (pp.136, para.50 – pp.140, para.66)  
91 (pp.141, para.67 – pp.141, para.71)  
     
  The First Jhāna (pg 144)  
92 (pp.142, para.72 – pp.144, para.78)  
  [The First Jhāna]  
93 (pp.144, para.79 – pp.145, para.82)  
94 (pp.145, para.82 – pp.149, para.92)  
95 (pp.149, para.93 – pp.151, para.101)  
96

(pp.151, para.102 – pp.152, para.106)

 
     
  (Continue)  
97 (pp.152, para.107 – pp.153, para.109)  
98 (pp.153, para.110 – pp.157, para.122)  
99 (pp.157, para.123 – pp.159, para.130)  
100 (pp.160, para.131 – pp.161, para.138)  
101 (Conclusion; Q & A)  
     
 

The Second Jhāna (pg 161), Third Jhāna (pg 165)

 
102 (pp.161, para.138)  
103 (pp.161, para.139 – pp.162, para.143)  
104 (pp.163, para.144 – pp.163, para.145)  
105 (pp.163, para.146 – pp.164, para.147)  
106 (pp.164, para.147 – pp.164, para.150)  
  [The Third Jhāna]  
107 (pp.164, para.151 – pp.166, para.155)  
108 (pp.166, para.156 – pp.167, para.161)  
     
  Equanimity as a feeling (pg 167), Forth Jhāna (pg 171)  
109 (pp.167, para.162 – pp.168, para.171)  
110 (pp.170, para.176 – pp.170, para.179)  
111 (pp.170, para.180 – pp.171, para.182)  
  [The Fourth Jhāna]  
112 (pp.171, para.183 – pp.173, para.188)  
113 (pp.173, para.190 – pp.176, para.202)  
  [The End of Chapter IV – Description of Concentration]  
     
  Chapter V. The Remaining Kasiṇas (pg 177)  
  [Chapter V : Description of Concentration – The remaining Kasiṇas]  
114 (pp.177, para.1 – pp.178, para.4) The Water Kasiṇa  
115 (pp.178, para.5 – pp.181, para.23) The Fire Kasiṇa, Air Kasiṇa, Blue Kasiṇa, Yellow Kasiṇa, Red Kasiṇa, Light Kasiṇa.  
116 (pp.181, para.24 – pp.182, para.28) The Limited-Space Kasiṇa, General.  
117 (pp.182, para.29 – pp.182, para.30) General.  
118 (pp.183, para.31 – pp.184, para.41) General.  
     
  Chapter VI. Foulness as a Meditation Subject (pg 185)  
119 (pp.184, para.41 – pp.184, para.42) General.  
  [The End of Chapter V – Description of Concentration – The remaining Kasiṇas]  
  [Chapter VI : Description of Concentration – Foulness as a Meditation Subject]  
120 (pp.185, para.1 – ...) The bloated...  
121 (...) … [Chapter VI] ...  
122 (...) … [Chapter VI] …  
  [The end of Chapter VI : Description of Concentration – Foulness as a Meditation Subject]  
     
123

Chapter VII. Six Recollections (pg 204), Arahanta (end at pg 210)

 
124 Fully Enlightened (pg 210), the world of location (end at pg 221)  
     
125 (page 221 - Incomparable leader of men to be tamed, till page 240 - end of Recollection of the Saṅgha)  
     
126 Recollection of Virtue (pg 240)  
     
127 Chapter VIII. Other Recollections (pg 247)  
128 Concept (pg 256 - footnote), Mindfulness Occupied with the Body  
129 Mindfulness Occupied with the Body (Continue)  
130 The Tenfold Skill in Giving Attention (pg 263)  
131 The 32 Aspects in Detail - Heart (pg 275)  
132 Mindfulness of Breathing (pg 285 - 292 footnote)  
133 Mindfulness of Breathing (pg 292 footnote - 299)  
134 Method of Development (pg 299 - 306)  
135 Method of Development (pg 306 - 311)  
136 Word Commentary Continued - Third Tetrad (pg 311)  
137

Conclusion (pg 315), End of Chapter VIII (pg 320)

 
138 21A_Visuddhimagga.mp3 - Chapter IX. The Divine Abidings (pg 321)  
139 Loving kindness (End at pg 340)  
140 Breaking Down of the Barriers (pg 332), Near and Far Enemies (pg 345)  
141

Near and Far Enemies (pg 345), End of Chapter IX (pg 353)

 
142 23A_Visuddhimagga.mp3 - Chapter X. The Immaterial States (pg 354)  
143 (Para 24) He enters upon and dwells.... (pg 360)  
144 Chapter XI. Perception of Repulsiveness in Nutriment (pg 372)  
145 (Para 26) When a bhikkhu .... (pg 379 - 396)  
146 (Para 84) With Characteristics in Brief (pg 396 - 401)  
147 (Para 102) Great alteration (pg 401), Chapter XII. The Supernormal Powers (pg 409)  
148 (Para 45) Ten kinds of success (pg 420), until (Para 68) (pg 427)  
149 until (Para 118) (pg 439)  
150

(Para 119) Even as far as the Brahma world ... (pg 439), Chapter XIII. Divine Ear Element (pg 446)

 
151 (Para 2) it is 'ear element'...(pg 446), end at (Para 24) (pg 454)  
152 (Para 28) Herein, one birth... (pg 455), Buddhist Cosmology, end at (Para 72) (pg 464)  
153 begin at (Para 73) (pg 465), end of Chapter XIII (pg 478)  
     
  Part III - Understanding
Description of the soil in which understanding grows
 
     
154

Chapter XIV. Description of the aggregates (pg 479), end at (pg 488)

 
155 begin at (Para 30) (pg 488), (Para 60) Heart-basis (pg 497)  
156

(Para 61) Bodily intimation... (pg 497), end at (Para 80) (pg 506)

 
157

(cont Para 80) (pg 506), end at (Para 124) (pg 518)

 
158 31A_Visuddhimagga.mp3 - The Feeling Aggregate (Para 125) (pg 518), Energy (Para 137) (pg 523)  
159 (cont Para 137) Energy (pg 523), end at (Para 184) (pg 535)  
160 (Para 185) Classification of 5 Aggregate (pg 535), end at (Para 205) (pg 540)  
161 (cont pg 540), Chapter XV. Description of the Bases (pg 547), end at (pg 552)  
162 (Para 17) Description of the Elements (pg 552), end of Chapter XV (pg 558)  
163 Chapter XVI. Description of the Faculties and Truths (pg 559), end at (Para 31) (pg 567)  
164 (Para 32) The Truth of Suffering (pg 567), end at (Para 64) (pg 577)  
165 (Para 65) The Truth of the Cessation of Suffering (pg 577), end at (Para 74) (pg 581)  
166 (Para 75) The Truth of the Way Leading to the Cessation of Suffering (pg 582), end at (Para 95) (pg 589)  
167 (cont Para 95) ...the three aggregates (pg 589), Chapter XVII. Dependent Origination (pg 592)  
168 Chapter XVII. Dependent Origination (pg 592), end at (Para 43) (pg 603)  
169 (cont Para 43) (pg 603), end at (Para 80) Decisive support condition (pg 615)  
170 (Para 101) How Ignorance is a Condition for Formations (pg 622), end at (Para 126) The Occurrence of Resultant Consciousness (pg 628)  
171 (cont Para 126) (pg 628), end at (Para 180) (pg 643)  
172 (Para 186) Mentality-Materiality (pg 644), end at Contact (pg 653)  
173 (cont) Contact (pg 653), end of Chapter XVII (pg 678)  
174 Chapter XVIII. Description of Purification of View (pg 679), end at (Para 13) Definition Based on the Aggregates (pg 683)  
175 (Para 14) Brief definition based on the four primaries (pg 684), end at (Para 8) (pg 694)  
176 Chapter XIX. Description of Purification by Overcoming Doubt (pg 693), end at (Para 15) (pg 697)  
177 (Para 16) Another fourfold classification of kamma.... (pg 698), end at (Para 19) (pg 711)  
178 Chapter XX (pg 704), end at (pg 718)  
179 (Para 718)Temperature-born Materiality (pg 718), end at (pg 728)  
180 (Para 76) The Immaterial Septad (pg 728), end at (Para 99) (pg 737)  
181 (Para 100) (pg 737), end of Chapter XX (pg 744)  
182 Chapter XXI. Description of Purification by Knowledge and Vision of the Way (pg 745), end at (Para 28) (pg 753)  
183 (Para 29) Knowledge of Appearance as Terror (pg 753), end at (pg 765)  
184 (Para 53) Discerning Formation as Void (pg 762)  
185 (Para 73) (pg 768), end at (Para 127) (pg 782)  
186 (Para 128) Conformity Knowledge (pg 782), end at (Para 16) (pg 789)  
187 (Para 17) (pg 789), end at (Para 47) (pg 798)  
188 (Para 47) (pg 798), end at (Para 80) (pg 805)  
189 (Para 81) (pg 805), end at (Para 99) (pg 810)  
     
  *** The missing MP3 part ***  
  (Para 104) The Four Functions Described Separately (Pg 811) ~ till end of Chapter XXII (Para 129) (pg 818)  
  Chapter XXIII Description of the benefits in developing understanding (pg 819) ~ till end of Chapter XXIII (pg 835)  
  Conclusion of The Path of Purification (pg 836) ~ (pg 838)  
  The End