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Insight Meditation Practicing Clear Comprehension in accordance with the Mahasatipatthana Sutta
By Ven. Phra Acharn Dhammadharo Bhikkhu
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    Ven. Phra Acharn Dhammadharo Bhikkhu
    There are several ways to cultivate clear comprehension, but the best was one which the Budhha emphasized most often, and is the same as one which was first tried and founded in Thailand about 35 years ago. He had practiced it continuously for about 3 years, and finally realised the cessation of suffering for himself.
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    Wat Sai-ngam Meditation Center

    Insight Meditation Practicing Clear Comprehension in accordance with the Mahasatipatthana Sutta
    By Ven. Phra Acharn Dhammadharo Bhikkhu

    Wat Saingam Meditation Center is located in the middle part of Thailand, 15 kilometers from the Suphanburi city and about 100 kilometers from Bangkok.
    It was established by Ven.Phra Acharn Dhammadharo Bhikkhu, situated in a peaceful and comfortable place, in the area of 80 rai ( 32 acres ).
    Every year, people from many parts of Thailand come to attend the insight meditation trainning course, assisted by senior monks. Most people are monks, novices, nuns, laypeople; groups of teachers and students, people from difference departments.

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    Daily schedule

    - 03.45 Wake up time
    - 04.20 Morning chanting
    - 05.45 Bindabat
    - 08.00 Breakfast
    - 09.00 Meditation
    - 11.00 Lunch
    - 14.00 Meditation
    - 18.30 Evening chanting
    - 19.00 Sitting or standing meditation
    - 20.00 Dhamma talks
    - 21.00 Walking meditation
    - 22.00 Bed time


    The Manual of Insight Meditation

    Sitting Posture

    Move the hand up (and down) in steps, with momentary stops in between. While moving the hand, move the fingers also, spreading them slightly apart and then bringing them close together again. Realize the feeling arising and ceasing at the tips of the fingers or at the center of the palm. There is no need to recite any mantra this would, in fact, prevent the realising of feeling.

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    Standing Posture

    While doing standing meditation observe the feeling under the soles and realize the arising and ceasing of feeling at the soles touching the floor. After that realization for sometimes, the arising and ceasing of mind-contact can be realized at the same moment.

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    Walking Posture

    While you are walking, your neck and your back should be straight, and your soles should move parallel to the floor, the eyes looking at the ground about 2 meters ahead. Observe the feeling under the sole at each step.

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    Lying Posture

    When practicing meditation lying down, the meditater can concentrate on observing, carefully and mindfully, either the feeling at the temple in contact with the pillow, at the buttock or side of the hip in contact with the bed. » more

    Miscellenous Posture

    While moving the hand to touch the glass, observe the feeling at the fingertips; when touching or holding the glass, observe the sensation, and realize the arising and ceasing of feeling and bodily consciousness.

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