Lot of people don't know real breath meditation.

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Lot of people don't know real breath meditation.

Post by Aerok » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:35 pm



I have only Thai explanation. This link>>>> http://topicstock.pantip.com/religious/ ... 92504.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;




Thank you for the comment.

I just want to tell meditaters in the whole world "What's the Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching." You know in Thailand where the core of Theravada; the people doesn't know this comparison. The Lord said, have to know long breathing. Nevertheless many people think that is long(space), In fact long breathing is mean long(time). So when you see the lathe craftsman who is pulling rope.The craftsman doesn't look at the rope but he know long or short. The breath meditation is the same.( The only one sample was Compared by the Lord Buddha for breathing meditation. )

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Re: The Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching.

Post by Dhammakid » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:12 pm

Hello,
Are you asking a question? Are you seeking another explanation, or maybe a translation of the text in your link?

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Re: The Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching.

Post by meindzai » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:38 pm

This is my favorite Thai meditation video:


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Re: The Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching.

Post by Aerok » Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:28 pm

Dhammakid wrote:Hello,
Are you asking a question? Are you seeking another explanation, or maybe a translation of the text in your link?

Anjali,
Dhammakid

Thank you for the comment.

I just want to tell meditaters in the whole world "What's the Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching." You know in Thailand where the core of Theravada; the people doesn't know this comparison. The Lord said, have to know long breathing. Nevertheless many people think that is long(space), In fact long breathing is mean long(time). So when you see the lathe craftsman who is pulling rope.The craftsman doesn't look at the rope but he know long or short. The breath meditation is the same.( The only one sample was Compared by the Lord Buddha for breathing meditation. )

:anjali:

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Re: The Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching.

Post by Cittasanto » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:05 pm

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Re: The Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching.

Post by Dhammakid » Fri Apr 23, 2010 3:41 am

Ah, I see now. Thanks for the clarification. Hope I didn't come off too curt. It wasn't intentional, I promise.

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Re: The Lord Buddha's breath meditation teaching.

Post by Aerok » Fri Apr 23, 2010 7:05 am

Manapa wrote:hi & welcome to Dhamma wheel

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