List of Pali Words:
Ājiva-pārisuddhi-sīla: Discipline concerning your livelihood.
Ānāpāna-sati: Meditation on the breathing.
Anattā: Not-self, egolessness.
Arahat or Arhat: An enlightened being.
Citta: Mind, conscious.
Dhamma: The teachings of the Buddha.
Ditthi-visuddhi: Purification of view
Indriya: Here it refers to the five spiritual faculties. (Confidence, energy, mindfulness, concentration and wisdom)
Indriya-samvara-sīla: Discipline with regard to the senses.
Jhāna: Mental absorption, deep concentration.
Kankhā-vitarana-visuddhi: Purification by overcoming doubt.
Karma or kamma): The law of cause and effect.
Kāyānupassanā: Contemplation on the body
Khandha-māra: The devil of the aggregates.
Khandha: Aggregates for existence (Body, feeling, perception, mind-objects and consciousness)
Kilesa: Defilement of the mind.
Kilesa-māra: The devil of defilement.
Magga: The way, the path.
Magga-citta: Pure consciousness.
Maggāmagga-ñānadassana-visuddhi: Purification by knowledge of what is the path and what is not the path
Majjhima-patipadā: The middle way.
Mantra: Sound, word(s), used as object for meditation.
Māra: The Buddhist 'Tempter'. The Evil One. The devil.
Nāma and rūpa: Mind and matter.
Nāma-rūpa-parichedda-ñāna: Knowledge of mind and matter, and its inter-relation.
Nibbāna: (Nirvana) Enlightenment
Pañca-sīla: Five moral rules for laymen.
Paccaya-sannissita-sīla: Discipline concerning the environment.
Pāthimokkha-samvara-sīla: Discipline concerning behaviour.
Pattipadā-ñānadassana-visuddhi: The purification by knowledge of the path-progress.
Rūpa: corporeality or matter. See also nāma
Sakkāya-ditthi: The belief in self
Samma-..: (right- )See the fourth discourse.
Sammasana-ñāna: Knowledge of the three characteristics of existence: Anicca, anattā and dukkha
Samsāra: Round of rebirth.
Sangha: The community of monks and of followers of the teachings of the Buddha.
Sankhara: Mental formations.
Sankhārupekkhā-ñāna: The stage of awareness of indifference about your conditions.
Satipatthāna: mindfulness on the four foundations.
Suññatā: Emptiness, voidness.
Upāsaka sīla: The eight rules for upāsaka (lay-followers).
Vedanā: Feeling, a foundation for mindfulness.
Vedanānupassana: Contemplating on the feeling