(a) A sutta whose title is preceded by an asterisk (*) means that it is only an excerpt.
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SD 36a: Buddhism & Mythology (ISBN 978-981-08-9876-2)
A myth tells us more about ourselves than real life can [2012a, last updated on 8 Dec 2011]
|SD No.||Sutta or Chapter Title||Sutta reference|
|36.0||SD 36a contents & TMC activities||Contents||SD 36 contents; sutta classes & courses at TMC|
|36.1||Myth in Buddhism||Essay||Symbols and stories in our actions and the potential for good.|
|36.2||Buddha as Myth||Essay||Universal themes in the Buddha’s life.|
|36.3||Subha Sutta||S 4.3||Restraint of body and mind keeps Mara away.|
|36.4||Mara Tajjaniya Sutta||M 50||Moggallana’s past life as Mara Dusi.|
|36.5||Satta Vassa Sutta||S 4.24||Mara is unable to find a single weakness in the Buddha.|
|36.6||Mara Dhitu Sutta||S 4.25||The Buddha is not affected by negative past memories.|
|36.7||Pajjota Sutta||S 1.26||The source of light and heat.|
|36.8||Magadha Sutta||S 2.4||The source of light and heat.|
|36.9||Lakkhana Sutta||D 30||The 32 marks of a great man.|