Bhikkhu Pesala wrote:We can also call it Satipaṭṭhāna meditation — mindfulness meditation. Insight may or may not arise when we practise meditation — it depends on how diligent we are. However, if the aim is to gain insight and not just to gain tranquillity or mystic powers, then we can rightly call it Vipassanā meditation.
My preference is to regard it as satipaṭṭhāna, but I agree with venerale Pesala's logic.
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