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Re: Frustrations.

Post by PsychedelicSunSet » Sat Oct 05, 2013 11:28 pm

daverupa wrote:
PsychedelicSunSet wrote:
daverupa wrote:
I have found much greater progress by using satipatthana (and, thus, the tetrads of anapanasati) as the foundation of my practice, and applying other teachings by way of modifying, clarifying, and refining this, than with my previous efforts using Zen and Qigong practices.
Do you have any suggested readings on the subject?
I gained from reading Ven. Analayo's book on Satipatthana. When I get confused, I tend to hunt through the Samyutta Nikaya and its sections on satipatthana and anapanasati as well as the hindrances and awakening factors.

Thank you for the recommendation. I'll read it when I next get the chance.


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