Thai_Theravada wrote:Hi Retro
But my Ajahn've told like
"If you want to practice cittanupassna
you must study about the mind like
the qualification of mind first"
what is delusion? I have always found this list helpful (vipallasa -perversions)
1) thinking the impermanent is permanent
2) thinking the unsatisfactory is satisfactory
3) thinking the not-self is self
4) thinking the unwholesome is wholesome
gavesako wrote:Here you will find an English translation of the text "For You the Newcomer" (PDF) by Ajahn Pramote, a Thai meditation teacher who is following the style of Cittanupassana very much like Shwe Oo Min in Burma.
Goofaholix wrote:i got the impression that he was only teaching in Thai. Do you know if he can accept students with little or no Thai?
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