Satipatthana Suttanta Resources
This section is an effort to make convenient in one spot a good selection of materials on the study of Satipatthana technique. In the end, however, we would be well advised to remember that the Buddha stated that if he were to be questioned by four knowledgable persons who asked about the Four Satipatthana in turn without breaks except for answering the calls of nature, eating and sleeping, he could continue to expound on the subject for an aeon and not be finished.
The Satipatthana technique is one of the easier ones to use in seeing how the Dhamma is made up of units which are themselves all-encompassing limitless in scope and expandability. The Satipatthana Sutta contains the Eightfold path which begins with Samma Ditthi which contains the Eightfold Path which Contains Samma Sati which is expanded as the Satipatthana technique, and so forth. i.e., a complete list of resources for the study of the Satipatthana technique would include the whole of the Sutta collection.
[DN 22] Index of translations.
[MN 10] Index of translations.
The MahaSatipatthana Suttanta (in Pali)
The Maha Satipatthana Suttanta (The classic English Translation)
Reprinted with permission from Dialogues of the Buddha, Fourth Edition,
Translated from the Pali of the Digha Nikaya by T.W. and C.A.F. Rhys Davids,
Pali Text Society, 1959, first published 1910
Majjhima Nikaya, #10: Satipatthana Sutta (Satipa.t.thaana, Satipaṭṭhāna), I.55 [Pali]
PTS: Middle Length Sayings I: #10: Discourse on the Applications of Mindfulness, Horner, trans. pp70
WP: Middle Length Dialogs of the Buddha: #10: The Foundations of Mindfulness, Bhk. Nanamoli/Bhk. Bodhi, trans. pp145
WP: The Long Discourses of the Buddha: #22: The Greater Discourse on the Foundations of Mindfulness, M. Walshe, trans. pp335
The Soma Thera Translation
Satipatthana Sutta (Soma Thera's translation from the Pali)
The Frames of Reference MN #10 Thanissaro Bhikkhu Translation
The Foundations of Mindfulness Nyanasatta Thera translation.
The Great Frames of Reference DN #22 Bhikkhu Thanissaro translation
The Four Intent Contemplations Warren translation
The Great Discourse on the Foundations of Mindfulness Ganges Sanga version, translator unlisted, comments by Bhikkhu Bodhi.
To One Who Knows Baus.org Dynamic Meditation. The Mindfulness Meditation technique of Luangpor Teean Jittasubho (The Satipatthana technique known as Dynamic Meditation or Rhythmic Meditation). Possibly related to Sufism?
The Great Masters Satisfaction Pastures The Re-Telling by Michael Olds
Majjhima Nikaya, Mittlere Sammlung M. 10. (I,10) Satipatthána Sutta, Die Pfeiler der EinsichtIn German
The Inspiring Expiring Mind Annotated translation of the Anapanasati Sutta, MN #118, by Michael Olds
The Inspiring Expiring Mind, MO translation of the Anapanasati Sutta Formatted for Reading/Inspiration
Majjhima Nikaya #118: Anapanasatisutta: Teksten om oppmerksomhet på pusten Kåre A. Lie translating into Norwegian
Defeat or Vesali A blending of the Samyutta Nikaya and Vinaya versions of the sutta describing the "Meditation on the Foul", a mass suicide of Bhikkhus, the formulation of the rule concerning killing a human being, and the first description of the "Attention to Breathing" technique.
MN III: #119. Kayagatasati Sutta (Kaayagataasati, Kāyagatāsati), III.88
WP: Mindfulness of the Body, 949
PTS: Discourse on Mindfulness of Body, III.129
ATI: Mindfulness Immersed in the Body
Sutta Index: Samyutta Nikaya, Mahavagga, Satipatthanasamyutta
Glossology: Cattari Satipatthana
DhammaTalk: Dhamma Talk: The Satipatthana: The Bindups
DhammaTalk: Give Ear: "Body Overseeing Body"
The Book of Ones #402 and following