Mogoke Sayadaw

Myogoke Sayadaw

The Vimala became known as the Mogok Sayadaw. sspan class="mw-headline" id="Early_life">"Early_life[edit] He was consecrated to become a Buddhist (monk) in 1920 in the Burmese Buddhist style with the name Vimala (????

), which means "stainless, unspoiled". Since his monastic community was supported by the inhabitants of Mogok, a city known for gemstones and jewels, Vimala became known as "Mogok". Vimala was appointed head abbey of Pikara Monastery in 1924.

2. he reached Nirvana by practising for four years the practice of Meditation and advancing to an Arhat. It concentrated on gaining insights into the dynamical natures of reason and material in his lessons. There are still his instructional audiotapes available and they were learned by the Myanmar Buddhists to teach techniques of mediation.

Exceptional attentiveness through whole body Vipassana. It'?s a meditation workbook.

 Mogok Sayadaw:â??s Way to VIPASSANA-PRAKTIKZ

Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw smiles and replies, "Dear Maung Kyaw Thein, I will tell you later how different a human looks if he had samadhi. "Saysadaw Mogok: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Releasing the attentive breath as soon as the brain is quiet, you must think about any feeling that evolves without any injury.

No longer will you record them as feelings, but only as an emerging or disintegrating phenomena. If you think about the feelings, Vedana will appear, but if you observe them with analytic wisdom, you will realize that they are transient (Aniccha). The attentiveness of Samatha breath is only to reassure the spirit, but it cannot cause Nibbana.

Muogok Sayadaw: To Vipassana is to keep the intellect on the way of sage and to observe and realize the phenomena of intellect and materiality as they are. Muogok Sayadaw: If Rupa and Nama (body and mind) are understood again and again as Aniccha, Dukkha and Anatta and the emerging and disintegrating phenomena are noticed, it is known that it has achieved the Udayabbaya aana.

Muogok Sayadaw: I must therefore go even further to eliminate wrong points of view (Ditthi) and doubt (Vicikccha). Muogok Sayadaw: Right, where are misconceptions and doubt? Muogok Sayadaw: The Ditthi and Vicikiccha are connected to the five aggregate of reason and material. Muogok Sayadaw: And now you know they're hooked up to the five units.

Not knowing where these five units come from and how they are created and disintegrate is no way to dispel wrong opinions and scepticism. Muogok Sayadaw: While you may have the scriptural or teacherial understanding that the five units are Rupakhanda, Vedanakhanda, Sannakhanda, Sankharakhanda and Vinanakhanda, if you do not know the causes and causes for their emergence and decay, wrong opinions would stick to you despite the gained cognition.

For this reason, you must know Paticcasamupadda, the maintenance credit cycles that appear first if you want an inside view of the five units. Now, I'm gonna break you the paticcasamupadda. Get the dependent resulting diagram menstrual cycles from my room. Anything else you recall about Paticcasamupadda?

And the Mogok Sayadaw said, "Right, put him down before you. All you have learned about the emergence of relatives in the past is only a learned one. Muogok Sayadaw: There is no way to know the units if you do not know Paticcasamupadda. Incorrect gensets are glued to the gensets if you do not know the gensets.

Thatâ?? 10 why you need to understand Paticcasamupadda. Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: I will go into this case at (see Paticcasamupadda on the website). There are two ways of creating addicts. One thing you know from the books about Paticcasamupadda is one thing, and there is also another Paticcasamupadda that appears and dissolves in the human being.

In order to make headway, you must know the Paticcasamupadda of the human being. On the chart of the circuit of the Dependent Emerging The Mogok Mogok sayingadawcontinued "Thatâ??s why I want you to know the causes and reasons for this. Muogok Sayadaw: They' ve passed Paticcasamupadda and haven't affected you.

Most important is to grasp the present Paticcasamupadda. Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: What are wrong opinions and misgivings? The five units, Majesty. Muogok Sayadaw: Right, they're pinned to the five units. Wrong look is pinned to Rupakhanda, the coat. When I say that this phrase was composed by me, then I make a notation of this line, then the wrong point of view is connected with Sannakhanda, the reading of an emotion.

If I say that my loom is extraordinarily good, then the wrong look is at Sankharakhanda, the response to a sensation. When I say: "Donâ??t, you dare to try me", the wrong angle depends on the Vinnakhanda, on a consciousness or self-esteem. Muogok Sayadaw: In this case you must remove the wrong sight and doubt from the units.

In theory, if Rupa and Nama (matter and mind) can be distinguished from each other, they say that wrong opinions are separated. It is only when you know the cause of Paticcasamupadda and the effect of Paticcasamupadda that you will free yourself from wrong beliefs and despair. When you know the cause of an aggregate, you can remove the wrong view.

When you do this, the wrong screen is retained. When you know that the effect (of anything that happens inside you) is due to the causes of aggregate, you can completely remove the wrong beliefs. Muogok Sayadaw: Understanding that there are only causes and consequences, but no people and beings (impersonal view), you can remove the wrong notions.

Muogok Sayadaw: All you have to do is the current Paticcasamupadda. The important thing is to observe the present situation in which you are now meditating. Remembering the past, Donâ??t looks forward to the time ahead, but observes what is going on at the present time. Muogok Sayadaw: Correct, even if you are forty years old, you may consider that you have the same look as at your younger ages, then it is Sassata Ditthi, the immutable, inverted percept.

Muogok Sayadaw: When you think that you can put your live at stake for cash, that you don't have to worry about your own existence, because you think that after you die there is nothing (dying is better than suffering), then it is Uccheda Ditthi, the destruction-sight. Muogok Sayadaw: Before meditating you must first clean up these two wrong visions (Sassata and Uccheda dtithi).

Muogok Sayadaw: When you know the decay phenomenon of understanding and materiality, you purify the Sassata doitthi, and when you know the emerging phenomenon, you purify the Uccheda doitthi. Muogok Sayadaw: 5 Donâ??t peg yourself to the brain and Matter as " You, I". Muogok Sayadaw: Trying to get over the emerging sensation as you observe your minds focusing on thoughts.

I' ll monitor and record anything that comes along. Muogok Sayadaw: Right, after you've registered it, you have to remember that your brain is your awareness. Then, look with your awareness at the arriving and departing breath and see that these are the two armies of Awareness. It is the auditory awareness when you listen to a noise while observing, when you sniff something with your nostrils it is the olfactory awareness.

Likewise, you record your sense of smell with your tongues and see it with your own eye. It is the comfortable awareness when you experience a comfortable feeling on your physical surface, it is the uncomfortable awareness when it is uncomfortable. A total of six consciousnesses exist, both of which are on the human being. Muogok Sayadaw:

Do these six thoughts always appear in your head? Muogok Sayadaw: However, they happen from time to time, so that they must be considered as "external visiting consciousness". Muogok Sayadaw: And if a midge is biting you while you (your two hosts) are observing the breath of your awareness, an itch or uncomfortable awareness may be following, then observe this itch of your awareness.

Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Muogok Sayadaw: Next there are five "Inner Visit Thoughts" that are associated with Awareness. This does not include AMHOA, because it is the awareness that must keep other thoughts in mind. Therefore, the five in-house and six outside guests, a total of eleven visitor thoughts, must be observed, whatever emerges in the mind.

Simply pay attention to the thought that comes up. Muogok Sayadaw: Right, if none of these thoughts appear, go back to the awareness of inhaling and exhaling and observe constantly. Those two are the host's conscience, recall? Muogok Sayadaw: Since there is a central spreader waiting in the center when there is no bug, you have to do the same and look out for your own breaths when there is no thought.

Muogok Sayadaw: If you think about awareness, first a thought will come up telling you to begin to meditate. Pay attention to this first thought and you will see that it appears and afterwards drops down.

You' re gonna have to keep a very close eye on this. When there is a contamination (Kilesa) between the two respiring consciousnesses, you will make headway at ?t When there is no item of mediation and you are watching donâ??t, Avijja can come in.

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