Have you ever struggled to remember all eight folds of The Noble Eight-fold Path? What about The Four Noble Truths or The Seven Factors of Enlightenment?
BUDDHIST LISTS is here to help :)
Best used as an aid to one's meditation and study practice, BUDDHIST LISTS helps buddhist practitioners quickly and conveniently access the essential teachings of the Buddha in the form of easy to remember lists!
It's a "list of lists"!
With BUDDHIST LISTS you can recall just the right Buddhist teaching in a moment's notice, and share screenshots with friends to help them remember too.
BUDDHIST LISTS also features a relaxing auditory experience to meditate to, or chant along with.
While this app will be most immediately useful to the intermediate practitioner of the Theravada tradition of Buddhism, beginners and those practicing other forms of Buddhism can also gain a great deal of benefit from studying and learning these foundational Buddhist teachings.
"I made BUDDHIST LISTS, because as a Buddhist, this is the app that I had been wishing for. Thanks for your interest in Buddhism, and I hope this app improves your life in some small way." - Rock (guy who made this app)
THIS APP DOES NOT CONTAIN DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT THE INDIVIDUAL LISTS. IT IS DESIGNED AS A SIMPLE CHEATSHEET FOR REMEMBERING THE LISTS. HOWEVER, EACH LIST PAGE DOES CONTAIN AN APPROPRIATE WEB-SEARCH-LINK SO THAT YOU CAN EASILY LEARN MORE FROM THE INTERNET (Web-search-links requires internet access or a data connection).
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Featuring 24 of the most commonly referenced Buddhist teachings:
1. The Four Noble Truths
2. The Eight-Fold Noble Paths
3. The Three Refuges
4. The Three Marks of Existence
5. The Three Pillars
6. The Three Poisons
7. The Four Bases of Power
8. The Four Foundations of Mindfulness
9. The Four Stages of Enlightenment
10. The Four Four Mettā Phrases
11. The Four Brahma-Viharas
12. The Five Precepts
13. The Five Aggregates
14. The Five Strengths
15. The Five Hindrances
16. The Six Sense Bases
17. The Six Stages of Mettā
18. The Six Great Elements
19. The Seven Factors of Enlightenment
20. The Eight Worldly Conditions
21. The Nine Jhānas
22. The Ten Perfections
23. The Ten Fetters
24. The Twelve Causal Links
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May all beings be happy.
May all beings be peaceful.
May all beings be liberated.
-New list added (The Four Bases of Power)
-New introduction page
-Audio levels optimized
-Buddhist Lists is now $0.99 instead of free (To further support and sustain development)
Ratings and Reviews
A Wonderful Resource
Thank you for producing this app for our benefit. I have found it most helpful.
May all beings be free from suffering!
This is an interesting app. Unfortunately, it doesn't offer anything for Buddhists. It is more like a pamphlet that should be handed out to first time visitors to a temple, Shrine, or Sangha. As a practicing Mahayana Buddhist, I'm not sure what Buddhist practice this portrays. My Tibetan background seems to be reflected in places, but differs in many. The app is perfect for the audience it is intended for. Praying for loving kindness and compassion for all Sentient beings.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your feedback. It is wonderful that you practice Mahayana Buddhism. If you are unfamiliar with any of the lists on this app you can use the wiki links found under each one for more in-depth information.
While this app will be most helpful to those who are already familiar with the Theravada Buddhist tradition, it is also designed to help anyone interested in Buddhist teachings to learn and remember some of the central tools that were provided by Gautama Buddha, such as the Noble Eight-fold Path, the five precepts, and the three refuges.
I have found that learning some of each of the Buddhist traditions has strengthened my own understanding of the Dhamma, and I wish the same for you. Zen, Tibetan, Mahayana, and Theravada traditions are all just different icings on the same Buddhist cake. Hopefully, you can give this app another chance, and explore some of the lists that may be unfamiliar to you. Wishing you and all beings peace and happiness :)
A really nice resource. Great job!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.