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Buddhadharma : Winter 2007
buddhadharma| 57 |winter 2007 T rue insight practice is awareness of all of the mental and physical phe- nomena that are constantly arising at the six sense-doors. however, in the beginning, because your concen- tration and awareness are not strong enough, it will be difficult to observe all of the phenomena that are constantly arising. you will not be skillful enough to follow all of the objects, or you may get caught up in searching for an object to note. For these reasons, you should initially focus just on the rising and falling of the abdomen, which is happening all the time and noticeable enough to observe without much difficulty. Later, when your practice matures, you will be able to note the objects as they arise.