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Bhante Vimalaramsi -The 6r's -5th World Buddhist Summit Japan

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Published on Jan 10, 2009

In this 4 minute clip from the speech Bhante Vimalaramsi made at the 5th World Buddhist Conference, he gives his key method for removing hindrances and distractions while practicing meditation. This is the key to successful practice.

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Comments • 9

Jed Murphy
But Ive been doing this for 3 years and I dont see any amazing difference.
Steven Kok
Shadu Shadu Shadu
rkingsiv
00:57 Beginning
Bhante Kusala
How precise and how well presented. Sadhu x 3 Bhante V!
frooshante
looks like he walked up with a copy of Be Here Now by Ram Dass ^_^
JudoMateo
Vimalaramsi is such a great teacher, he combines the teachings of the Tathagata with the lessons he has learned through his own practice and teaching experience that adds up to a dynamic living practice of the path.
NlKNAK72
when i practice the relax step i can sometimes hear slight clicks in my head, like when you stretch a stiff joint and it clicks and suddenly feels much better, and then the re-smile step sometimes brings a wave of euphoric contentment, it really helps with meditation and happy well-being, thank you very much!
Koyomi
Thanks, they are very helpful.
Koyomi
Thanks, I find his teachings quite helpful. A particular emphasis on the "Calming bodily formations" stage is his something I have not heard in many other places, maybe one other teacher. But it is so important. Everything he says is such a very clear, expression of the four tetrads in the Anapanasati Sutta. In fact, I have been discouraged by poor progress but this teaching allows me to recognize that as a distraction and return to the object that I experienced so well when I first heard him.
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