52 meditation answers from the late Sayadaw U Pandita

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52 meditation answers from the late Sayadaw U Pandita

Post by Sobhana » Sat May 05, 2018 8:11 pm

Here is a little Q&A about meditation with the late Sayadaw U Pandita from the Mahasi sasana:

https://www.lionsroar.com/how-to-practi ... editation/

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Re: 52 meditation answers from the late Sayadaw U Pandita

Post by mikenz66 » Sat May 05, 2018 10:42 pm

Thank you, that's a very helpful summary that I hadn't seen before, though it is on
This page: http://www.myanmarnet.net/nibbana/pandita.htm
here: http://www.myanmarnet.net/nibbana/pandita.htm

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Re: 52 meditation answers from the late Sayadaw U Pandita

Post by Ruud » Sun May 06, 2018 3:28 am

If I remember correctly, this is the instruction as found in “In this very life”, edited into a Q&A format. A pdf produced by the Sayadaw’s center can be found at http://panditarama.net/ebooks/thewaytopractise.pdf (several other books can also be found on that site)
Dry up what pertains to the past,
do not take up anything to come later.
If you will not grasp in the middle,
you will live at peace.
—Snp.5.11,v.1099 (tr. Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi)

Whatever is will be was. —Ven. Ñānamoli, A Thinkers Notebook, §221

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