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Misty Mountain Forest Meditation Hermitage
When you go to study meditation with any group or teacher who is experienced in a particular form of meditation, you should first make your heart confident that your teacher is fully experienced in that form of meditation, and be confident that the form of meditation he teaches is the right path for sure.
The little book you are now holding in your hand grew from the faith and conviction of a Westerner of Jewish extraction, named Dr. Philip, who came to study Buddhism in Thailand in 1963, when I was staying on Phuket Island. He practiced meditation with me for a full six months and seemed to develop not only peace of mind but also a great appreciation for Buddhism's worth.
This edition of Maháthera Nárada’s book differs very little from the preceding. Here and there a few words have been changed to make a locution more idiomatic, but the style of expression is entirely his.
by Venerable Ajahn ChahCopyright © 1992 The Sangha, Bung Wai Forest MonasteryFor free distribution only.Any reproduction, in whole or part, in any form,for sale, profit or material gain, is prohibited.However, copies of this book, or permission to reprintfor free distribution, may be obtained upon notification.
Mindfulness is the path to the deathless. Headlessness is the path to death. The mindful do not die; But the heedless are as if dead already.
A Journey through Vipassanå from the very Basics of Meditation Practice to the Attainment of the First Glimpse of Nibbåna and Beyond.
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