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Sayadaw [23] : Ashin Kundalabhivamsa

Updated on June 14, 2019

Ashin Kundalabhivamsa

The Nine Essential Factors Which Strengthen the Indiriya of a Vipassana Meditating Yogi (Volume 1)

=> Author : Ashin Kundalabhivamsa
==> Mahasi Nayaka, Kamatthanacariya Sadhhammaramsi Center Sayadaw
=> Translator and Publisher: [Dr. Daw] Khin Mya Mya [Ph.D]
==> Singapore
==> alter relocated to US
=> Contents
==> Biography of Sayadaw U Kundalabhivamsa
==> Preface
==> Chapter 1 : The Vipassana Bhavana
===> (a) Vipassana meditation
===> (b) How to note the Kaya
===> …
===> (i) How to note the mind objects
==> Chapter 2 : First Factor Which Strengthen the Indiriya of a Vipassana Meditating Yogi
===> (a) The benefits of Vipassana meditation
===> (b) How difficult it is to have a chance to practise Vipassana meditation
===> (c) The ability of the yogi to direct his mind on the nature of cessation of phemomena
==> Chapter 3 : Second Factor Which Strengthen the Indiriya of a Vipassana Meditating Yogi
===> (a) How to note respectfully and penetratively
===> (b) How to note to be right at the present
===> …
===> (g) How to note to overcome the Upekkha Vedana
==> Chapter 4 : Third Factor Which Strengthen the Indiriya of a Vipassana Meditating Yogi (Part 1)
===> (a) The ability of the yogi to note continuously
===> (b) The first Samphajhana instruction
===> (c) The second Samphajhana instruction
===> (d) The third Samphajhana instruction
==> Chapter 5 : Third Factor Which Strengthen the Indiriya of a Vipassana Meditating Yogi (Part 2)
===> (a) The fourth Samphajhana instruction
===> (b) The fifth Samphajhana instruction
===> (c) The sixth Samphajhana instruction
===> (d) The seventh Samphajhana instruction
==> Chapter 6 : Fourth Factor Which Strengthen the Indiriya of a Vipassana Meditating Yogi
===> (a) The suitable meditation center
===> …
===> (g) The suitable posture
==> Chapter 7 : Fifth Factor Which Strengthen the Indiriya of a Vipassana Meditating Yogi
===> (a) The cuases of his attaining the Samadhi
===> …
===> (d) Two types of individuals whose finding of Dhamma is slow
==> Conclusion
==> Quick reference from Pali to English Language

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