in one of her books ive read she seems to take a swipe a the mahasi method, something to the effect of directing attention at the abdomen isnt mindfulness of breathing or something like that.
i find her books very informative, and just the right about of a scholarly bent to make up for my otherwise practice based practice (
yeah, i couldnt think of a good way to put that)
but sometimes i get the feeling that they just dont think meditation is practical or even important. and other times i feel theres a kinda fatalistic bent to her teachings.
but, good for balenceing out my dhamma study, and still highly recomended reading