Different methods of Vipassana?

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by Sabbe_Dhamma_Anatta » Sun Apr 21, 2019 11:15 am

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  • "the one thing all the mistaken views have in common is the assump­tion that the self exists" ~ DN1
  • "It is an entirely and perfectly foolish idea" ~ MN22
  • The No-self doctrine is found only in the teaching of the Buddha.
  • No-self (anatta) means that there is no permanent, unchanging entity in anything animate or inanimate. ~ SN22.59

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by ChooChoo » Fri Apr 26, 2019 12:02 am

Thanks again. Burma seems to be a very innovative country when it comes to meditation.

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by Sabbe_Dhamma_Anatta » Sun Apr 28, 2019 1:17 am

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  • "the one thing all the mistaken views have in common is the assump­tion that the self exists" ~ DN1
  • "It is an entirely and perfectly foolish idea" ~ MN22
  • The No-self doctrine is found only in the teaching of the Buddha.
  • No-self (anatta) means that there is no permanent, unchanging entity in anything animate or inanimate. ~ SN22.59

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by Sabbe_Dhamma_Anatta » Sun May 19, 2019 2:23 am

Sunlun sayadaw

I am glad to learn those having positive experiences with this method viewtopic.php?f=41&t=30365&start=15#p440275 and related methods like "the-in-gu", "the-in-gu 32"
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  • "the one thing all the mistaken views have in common is the assump­tion that the self exists" ~ DN1
  • "It is an entirely and perfectly foolish idea" ~ MN22
  • The No-self doctrine is found only in the teaching of the Buddha.
  • No-self (anatta) means that there is no permanent, unchanging entity in anything animate or inanimate. ~ SN22.59

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by Sabbe_Dhamma_Anatta » Sun May 19, 2019 4:13 am

kanni (Moung Htaung Myay Zinn) method

Sabbe_Dhamma_Anatta wrote:
Sun May 19, 2019 4:11 am
kanni (Moung Htaung Myay Zinn) method

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http://burmadhamma.blogspot.com/2017/02 ... f.html?m=1




In April 2009, Sayadaw*** left Sri Lanka for Australia to promote and spread the Buddha’s teachings. He is currently the Abbot of Kabaraye Buddhist Monastery in Endeavour Hills (ex Noble Park), VIC. Sayadaw conducts classes in the Kanni meditation method both in Burmese and English.
http://www.abkm.info/News_and_Events.html
***a student of the kanni method




Now, in recent years, first we saw Pa Auk Sayadaw and now Mong Htaung Myay Zin Tawya Sayadaw, who went even further to train Yogi for a period of 60 days to attain the ability to tour the Deva and Brahma world and for some to eradicate any illnesses in the body of a Yogi. There is a revival of the old Samatha based Vipassana method known to most meditation Yogi’s as Kanni method.
http://www.acejaw.net/Buddha/Article/MongHtaungYogi.pdf
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  • "the one thing all the mistaken views have in common is the assump­tion that the self exists" ~ DN1
  • "It is an entirely and perfectly foolish idea" ~ MN22
  • The No-self doctrine is found only in the teaching of the Buddha.
  • No-self (anatta) means that there is no permanent, unchanging entity in anything animate or inanimate. ~ SN22.59

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by tamdrin » Sun Jun 02, 2019 8:25 pm

Sabbe_Dhamma_Anatta wrote:
Sun May 19, 2019 4:13 am
kanni (Moung Htaung Myay Zinn) method

Sabbe_Dhamma_Anatta wrote:
Sun May 19, 2019 4:11 am
kanni (Moung Htaung Myay Zinn) method

Image

Image




http://burmadhamma.blogspot.com/2017/02 ... f.html?m=1




In April 2009, Sayadaw*** left Sri Lanka for Australia to promote and spread the Buddha’s teachings. He is currently the Abbot of Kabaraye Buddhist Monastery in Endeavour Hills (ex Noble Park), VIC. Sayadaw conducts classes in the Kanni meditation method both in Burmese and English.
http://www.abkm.info/News_and_Events.html
***a student of the kanni method




Now, in recent years, first we saw Pa Auk Sayadaw and now Mong Htaung Myay Zin Tawya Sayadaw, who went even further to train Yogi for a period of 60 days to attain the ability to tour the Deva and Brahma world and for some to eradicate any illnesses in the body of a Yogi. There is a revival of the old Samatha based Vipassana method known to most meditation Yogi’s as Kanni method.
http://www.acejaw.net/Buddha/Article/MongHtaungYogi.pdf






This is interesting. In his recorded experience the yogi claims he remembered 11 past lives clearly and took a tour of the deva realm. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by tamdrin » Mon Jun 03, 2019 11:59 pm

Would the samatha based vipassana method of Myanmar be similar to that taught in the Thai forest tradition?

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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by bazzaman » Tue Jun 04, 2019 12:17 am

It might interest some here to view these interviews with Erik Braun regarding his book on the Ledi Sayadaw and the rise of the vipassana movement in Burma amongst the laity. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=P ... BT6EhxUw2u
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Re: Different methods of Vipassana?

Post by phillyy » Sat Jun 08, 2019 9:59 pm

ChooChoo wrote:
Fri Apr 26, 2019 12:02 am
Thanks again. Burma seems to be a very innovative country when it comes to meditation.
The Magok method seems to lend itself to paryatti first, particularly the paticcasamupada doctrine, before proceding to vipassana.

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