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... very rapid beginning and ending of each mental and physical phenomenon. This insight corresponds to the second vipassanā jhana, characterized by the weakening of conceptual thought and the arising ...
Tuesday, 07 April 2009
2. The Progress of Insight
... of existence is made use of exclusively here, dispensing with the prior development of full concentrative absorption (jhana). Nevertheless, and it hardly needs mention, here too a high degree of mental ...
Monday, 06 April 2009
Vipassana Meditation - THE METHOD IN BRIEF (BY MAHASI SAYADAW) Without Jhana If a person, who has acquired the knowledge of the phenomenal nature of mind-and-body, impermanence, suffering, and non-self ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
Vipassana Meditation - THE METHOD IN BRIEF (BY MAHASI SAYADAW) With Jhana Those who desire to practise Vipassana should first of all be well equipped with a knowledge, either in brief or in extension, ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
5. How to Practice Samatha Meditation
...  4. Meditation on the realm of Neither-perception nor Non-perception, i.e. semi-conscious state Jhana's perception Tatiya (third) ruppavinnana as "so calm, tranquil and gentle." (Nevasañña-nasaññayatanam) ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
(BY MAHASI SAYADAW) Benefits of Samatha Meditation Of the two meditation methods, by practising samatha, four stages of Rupa-Jhanas and four of Arupa-Jhanas can be attained. Repeated exercise and ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
7. What is the Triple Gem?
(Practice/The Triple Refugee)
... continual mindfulness (wakefulness) found in the factors of jhana. 2 Pa??a: the intuitive discernment that comes from developing mental concentration. 3 Vimutti: release from defilement  ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
8. What is Dependant Origination
(Teachings/Dependant Originations)
... children and grand children. Such sensual pleasure has no appeal for Buddhas and Arahats. It is highly esteemed by ordinary men and devas because they have no sense of higher values such as jhana, vipassana ...
Monday, 16 March 2009
9. An Introduction to Kamma
...  Wholesome kamma (rupajhana) that produces its effect in the realms of form. Wholesome kamma (arupajhana) that produces its effect in the formless realm. Ten Immoral Kammas and their Effects ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
10. The Four Noble Truths
(Teachings/The Four Noble Truths)
... the way of practice known as (Majjhimapatipada) the Middle Way called the Golden Path. When the Bodhisatta, seated under the Bodhi Tree and applied himself to inducing the first Jhana once more, ...
Sunday, 15 March 2009
11. The Buddha's Life
... Alara personally mastered seven stages up to the jhana consciousness dwelling on Nothingness (akincannayatana jhana) and was imparting this knowledge to his pupils. Before the appearance of the Buddha, ...
Saturday, 14 March 2009

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