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Satipatthana Vipassana

Vipassana, sometimes called insight meditation in English, is a kind of "open" meditation that helps a person develop the ability to observe how the mind constructs the illusory sense of self. This article by a famous Burmese master explains how to do it.

By the VENERABLE MAHASI SAYADAW

 

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Contents


Introduction

1. The Development of Wisdom

2. The Beginner's Exercise

3. Other Exercises

4. Summary of Essential Points

About the Author

Source and Credits


Text copyright 1990 Buddhist Publication Society. For more information about the copyright and source of this article, click here.

 

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