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Buddhadharma : Spri 2007
spring 2007| 42 |buddhadharma It has been more than 2,500 years since the buddha first expounded the teachings. throughout history, the teachings, the dhamma, have at times lost their vitality. but reformation movements – some large, some small – have always helped to revive them. In theravadan buddhist countries, the burmese teacher mahasi sayadaw has been credited widely with bringing new insight to the practice of vipassana. his system demands a total dedication to keeping the attention inward, from the moment of waking until the end of the day. the three characteristics of mahasi’s tech- nique are observing the breath at the abdomen, noting, and going very slowly. The late Burmese teacher Mahasi Sayadaw helped to revitalize the Vipassana tradition with his precise teachings on meditation. His student Bhante Bodhidhamma presents Mahasi’s simple and direct method for slowing down and ultimately halting conceptual thinking. Bhante Bodhidhamma is a British theravadin monk trained in the tradition of mahasi sayadaw. he is a for- mer resident teacher of Gaia house meditation centre in devon, enGland, and currently the spiritual director of satipanya Buddhist trust, which is in the process of raisinG funds to set up a mahasi meditation center in wales. Full-stop mind CourTeSyofTHearTiSTandHaineSGallery,SanfranCiSCo chlorophyll prints by binh Danh