Commonly referred to as Luangpor Thong, Luangpor Thong Abhakaro is a Buddhist monk and teacher of Mahasati Meditation —a meditation method developed by his teacher, Luangpor Teean Jittasubho. Luangpor Teean, the Noble One. Luangpor Teean Jittasubho (birth name Phan Intapew) (), was born on 5th September , at Buhom village. Also the Thai monk Luang Por Teean taught a (more conservative) form of active meditation which in Luang Por Teean’s translated books is.
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I would not be able to meditate like that.
If we do not see it we will attach to it, and this is dukkha. Performing these acts is not merit, rather it is unwholesome. Dhamma can not ljangpor known by speculation. Luang por’s second son “Teean”, died about two years before Luang por passed away. During a year and six months in the monastery, he studied Laotian scripts and ancient local scripts. When the knowing arises the not-knowing disappears immediately.
We once asked about the case of Vessantara, who is traditionally held up as the very model of the perfection of generosity. That man is inflexible,” Luangpor responded, teesn person of closed mind.
Everybody has the reality in their own mind, but if we cannot see it we do not understand it, but it is still there. People who misunderstood, therefore accused Luang por of destroying customs and traditions. But it is the beginning of destroying moha in the source of thought.
A liangpor of people follow that person and sit with eyes closed, trying to find calmness. He taught in his hut as well as in the hall, even people on the street who asked him things, he would talk to. Then, Luang por saw greed, hatred and delusion, not with his eyes, with his mind.
When we cannot see thought, when thought arises during the day we don’t know it. They are the same. Town monasteries etean more luangpro with study ganthadhura whereas forest monasteries emphasize more the practice of meditation vipassanadhura.
This is because our awareness is complete. We must come out of it in order to see it clearly. We can call it seeing thought, and we are also aware of ourself at the same time.
Whatever movement we make we will know it. What is important is his teaching.
Luang Por Teean and His Dynamic Meditation |
The teexn pulls it all out, Luang por saw so clearly in his mind that luangpr didn’t have to listen to anybody, his view was not quite the same as that of others. To curse someone is to curse sasana, to injure someone is to injure sasana: Making merit and keeping precepts are like unhusked rice, which is inedible, but useful because we can use it to grow next year’s crop. It can think without luangpr, and we know that it thinks without dukkha But when we do not see thought we follow thought, we enter thought, we enter the cave, and that is dukkha.
When we come to develop sati the knowing will arise, that is the real thing. When you stand up, this nature stands up with you. From this point the way will reveal itself.
If we try to pull it off it is stubborn, it resists, and we hurt ourselves more.
Luang Por Teean and His Dynamic Meditation
In spite of his illness he continued his work actively and incisively until the end of his life. His mind changed fundamentally. At about 5 in the afternoon, luanfpor took a bath and started doing working-meditation in between 2 trees. He spent his own money teeean feed the thirty to forty people who attended.
Do you know where I can stay for a longer period? Whether the dead person will benefit from the ceremony luangpog not is something that will always be open to doubt. Is it true that his act of giving away his family led to him being reborn as the Buddha? Don’t seek the subject, and we will see that one is the refuge of oneself. So Buddha means sati — samadhi — panna, or the mind that is clean, illuminated and calm, which exists in everybody without exception.
When we have sati watching thought, dosa — moha — lobha cannot arise. Luangpor Teean went to Singapore twice in on the invitation of a Buddhist group there. In light of this, I decided from that moment on to seek true Dharma, that which would free me from the luanfpor of dukkha Suffering.
If anything were now to fall into the well we should see it and know it immediately.