daverupa wrote:I see arupa jhana, but do not see rupa jhana, which is interesting.
daverupa wrote:Also, while it's in line with your stated project to use Theravadan categories in this way, I wonder whether this isn't a good time to emphasize that satipatthana isn't really one sort of vipassana style; it actually cultivates both qualities - samatha and vipassana - and any other method, done well, is ultimately a version of satipatthana, in my experience.
dharmagoat wrote:My first question would be "where does ānāpānasati go?"
Majjhima Patipada wrote:Anapanasati is a method I treat as both vipassana and samatha, but others may practice it differently. Does anyone have input about the classification of anapanasati from personal practice?
Modus.Ponens wrote:Hello, MP.
In this PDF you can find a lot of (superficial) information on different aproaches to the practice of samatha and vipassana, even in each category you mentioned in your first list. I think both lists are very important.
http://www.insightmeditationcenter.org/ ... enters.pdf
Majjhima Patipada wrote:What would you call the practice (or set of practices) you do when you set aside time to practice?
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