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There are different body postures (iriyāpatha) for meditation. Meditation can be done in one of the four postures: Sitting (nisinna), Standing (ṭhita), Walking (gacchanta), and Lying (sayāna). It is important to find a conducive place to meditate where you will

not be disturbed by too many outer distractions...

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The word ānāpānasati is a compound of three technical terms: ānā means in-breathing, āpāna means out-breathing, sati means awareness or mindfulness. Awareness of inhalation and exhalation is regarded as the main and initial practice for the development

of concentration or the jhānic absorptions. It is claimed that the technique greatly helped not only the present Buddha Gotama, but all Buddhas preceding him, in winning supreme enlightenment... read more >

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banner Mindfulness with clear comprehens

Now we are going to investigate who and what we really are. As has already been explained, the word vipassanā means ‘insight’ in the sense of seeing things as they really are. In order to gain proficiency in the practice of Insight meditation it is essential

for you to strengthen your powers of awareness

and concentration. To this end you need to exercise precise and objective awareness of the touch-feeling of the breath... read more >

In the satipaṭṭhāna-vipassanā teachings of the 

Satipaṭṭhāna sutta, the Buddha explains how we develop sati-sampajaññaHe explains how we turn our bodies, our feelings, our states of mind, and the objects of our minds towards the whole-some and beneficial. The Buddha explains how

we turn towards sammā-sati in order to overcome decay and death. The meditation practice taught by the Buddha in the Satipaṭṭhāna sutta is a large comprehensive subject that... read more >

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The contact to support projects and activities of the Association Karuṇā Sevena: 6855804001/5500, IBAN: CZ6755000000006855804001, SWIFT: RZBCCZPP  - The funds are used to cover the basic monastic needs of the Venerable bhikkhunī Visuddhi, such as - robe, food, medicine and abode (this also covers transportation, accommodation, air tickets, etc.). Distribution of books, construction of the meditation room, the furnishing of the monastery KS, insurance, utility bills, etc. Tax deductible in the Czech Republic. Please state the reason for the donation with the following note" For the Association KS."

The contact for the project Suriya Lamai: 6855679001/5500, IBAN: CZ4955000000006855679001, SWIFT: RZBCCZPP

- The intention of the project Suriya Lamai “The Children of the Sun” is to enable children from poor families to develop and educate themselves and to provide them with basic needs. The donation is tax deductible in the Czech Republic.

Neither of the above is a public collection, and therefore we ask all donors to add their contact information to their gift, so that we can issue a donation agreement contract or a donation receipt. We thank to all the donors.

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