Wednesday, May 27, 2015


All beings wish to live a happy life that is free from disease. But you will not find a single person in the world who has never been sick before. Even if one is free from physical illness, one's mind is full of mental worries, distress and dissatisfaction.

In addition, all beings have to face the sufferings of old age and death. How often, and for how long, has one ever truly experienced real happiness and contentment? All of us search for happiness and well-being day after day, but where can we find real peace and real freedom?

In this meditation manual, Sayadaw U Kavindalankara clearly explains the Buddha's permanent cure for all physical and mental suffering. The Four Satipatthanas, or the Four Foundations of Mindfulness, provide a sure way for real happiness and peace. Those who practice the method sincerely and with wholehearted effort will be able to overcome not only physical ailments, but also the intense mental diseases of greed, anger and delusion. Starting with the basic practice of morality and the Four Guardian Meditations, Sayadaw gives very precise instructions on how to practice Satipatthana correctly, and how to overcome common difficulties that many meditators experience. Sayadaw captures the essence of the Buddha's teachings with an extremely practical, direct and fresh perspective which is based on his own meditation experience as well as scriptual knowledge.

Try taking the 
"Medicine of Mindfulness" 
according to the instructions, 
so that you can learn and practice 
the method of freeing oneself 
from mental defilements, 
so that you can find 
real peace and well-being.

About the Author

SayādawAshin Kavindālankāra was born on October 17, 1979 in Thant Se township, Shwebo district, upper Burma. He became a novice at the age of 9, and studied at the well-known Mahāgandhayon Monastery in Amarapura. He has earned several degrees, including the Dhammacariya, Alankāra, Vinayavidhu, Dīghanikāyavidhu, and Anguttaranikāyavidhu. He practiced Vipassanā meditation at the Mahāsi Meditation Center in Yangon in 2007, and then at the Panditarama Meditation Center in 2008. He has taught meditation at the Panditarama Meditation Center in Yangon, and also at the Panditarama HseMainGon forest center in Bago. He is currently establishing the SāsanaAlinSaung Meditation Center in Hlegu Township.

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Friday, May 8, 2015

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

THE BUDDHA — Documentary

This documentary tells the story of
the Buddha’s life, a journey
especially relevant to
 our own bewildering times of
violent change and spiritual confusion.
It features the work of some of
the world’s greatest artists and sculptors,
who across two millennia,
have depicted the Buddha’s life in
art rich in beauty and complexity.
Hear insights into the ancient narrative
by contemporary Buddhists, including
Pulitzer Prize winning poet
W.S. Merwin and
His Holiness the Dalai Lama.