A guide to mindfulness and Vipassana meditation as taught by Luangpor Pramote
“… When we become aware of our body and mind and accept the truth of them, that they are impermanent, suffering and are not who we are, then we will be liberated and abide in the greatest happiness.”
Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo
Dhamma (Pali) or Dharma (Sanskrit) means the plain, undistorted truth that the Buddha taught.
Dhamma as taught by the Buddha is simple and easy to practice. It is about ourselves and how we can be free from personal suffering. As suffering beings we are deluded about the truths of our body and mind. However, if we practice the Dhamma, we turn our attention to our body and our mind and unveil their true characteristics. Our suffering lessens as we gradually come to understand the Dhamma more and more.
This website is a collection of Dhamma materials conveyed by the venerable Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo, a master teacher of mindfulness for the modern world and Vipassana meditation. We are very happy to share the gift of Dhamma with you all.About Luang Por Pramote Pamojjo
Venerable “Luang Por” Pramote is a Buddhist monk residing in Suan Santidham (The Garden of Peaceful Dhamma), Sriracha, Chonburi, Thailand. He teaches the Dhamma to avid practitioners looking to truly understand the middle way and to progress in their practice. Bangkok residents set out on an hour and a half drive in the darkness of the early morning to arrive before sunrise and line up outside Luang Por’s center to get a good seat to listen to his teachings, express their concerns regarding their own practice and receive individual advice – a custom that has been coined “submitting their homework” for the headmaster to fine-tune or modify.
He travels tirelessly around Thailand and abroad, teaching and helping to wake up the minds of people as he goes, in what is quickly becoming one of the biggest Buddhist enlightenment movements in recent times.
Luangpor became a monk in 2001 after being an avid meditator since he was seven years old. He has had many teachers along the way, but considers himself primarily a disciple of Luang Pu Dune, from North Eastern Thailand’s forest monk lineage of Luang Pu Mun Bhūridatto.http://www.dhamma.com/