By Bhante Vimalaramsi
Bhante Vimalaramsi is an American Buddhist 28 12 months monk with education within the Theravadin culture. After twenty years of doing it the other way he came across the proper approach through going again to the unique Buddhist Suttas.
This publication is a compilation of Dhamma Talks he offers on his retreats and contains all of his (The Buddha's) uncomplicated and deeper teachings on how one can meditate and the levels of practice.
Bhante Vimalaramsi is shaking up the conventional methods of training meditation.
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It was taught as Right Effort. Within the six Rs we have added a couple more steps to make things a little easier to understand. The remarkable results of doing the meditation in this way are “immediately effective” for anyone who diligently and ardently embraces these instructions. When you have an attachment arise this practice will eventually dissolve the hindrance, but it does take persistent use of the six Rs to have this happen. When you practice in this way, because it is found to be so relevant in daily life, it changes your perspective and leads you to a more successful, happy, and peaceful experience.
Meditation (bhāvanā) helps you to let go of such difficult delusional states in life as fear, anger, tension, stress, anxiety, depression, sadness, sorrow, fatigue, condemnation, feelings of helplessness, or whatever the “catch (attachment) of the day” happens to be. Delusional means here, taking things that arise personally and identifying with them to be “I,” “Me,” “Mine” or “attā” in Pāli. These states result in suffering that we cause ourselves. This suffering comes from a lack of understanding in how things actually occur.
Okay, fine! Your mind will go back to that distraction — use the six Rs again… and do it again… and do it again… and do it again… and do it again, until the tightness finally goes away. This is how you purify your mind, by letting go of craving. This is something that’s quite unusual in the Buddhist world, to have somebody come up and tell you: “This is how you recognize craving. ” You don’t have to fight with the craving, you don’t have to control it, you just have to let it be — and relax. The craving will fade away by itself.