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Mahasi Sayadaw Noting Method (mostly as taught by Yuttadhammo Bhikku): Help with mindfulness during daily activities?

I'm not familiar with Yuttadhammo Bhikku, but from a short look at his teaching I believe the key is that one should not be noting things; one should be noting mind movements. For instance, looking at ...
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Problems of a Lay Mediator

The Buddhist practice revolves around 3 practices: development of morality and ethics with a view to developing control over the mind development of control over the mind with a view of developing ...
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Problems of a Lay Mediator

It is important to focus on your education because obviously you will not be able to live with your parents, forever. Skilling yourself for a job or career is most important if you want independence.
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Problems of a Lay Mediator

Putting up an answer is not a concern .This is your current orientation ,so its normal people ask if they aren't accustomed to seeing that .Buddha wasn't ashamed to beg with a bowel ,because he ...
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The Various Theravada Traditions

During the 19th and 20th centuries, various Burmese monks (such Ledi Sayadaw, Webu Sayadaw. Mahasi Sayadaw, etc) and disciple laypersons (such as Sayagyi U Ba Khin, S. N. Goenka, Anagarika Munindra, ...
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Problems of a Lay Mediator

They’ll get over it. I come from a family of devout Polish Catholics. At first, they were openly hostile. Then they were upset. Then they were accepting. Now they just make fun of me. And if ...
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Meditative-self

He probably means that one can attatch to the process of transcending attatchment. If one is always a meditator striving towards Nirvana when how can they get to Nirvana? One may merely believe in ...
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Sources for the Whole Tipitaka

Please visit: http://buddhadust.net/backmatter/indexes/sutta/sutta_toc.htm This is the index page to all the suttas contained on the site. This site is focused on the 4 Nikayas, and has: All the ...
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