The Sun Lun Vipassana Meditation is a brief explanation by Sayadaw U Wara of the Sun Lun Way of meditation preached by the late Arahanta Sun Lun Sayadaw U Kavi of Myingyan.
The Path to Nibbana is the Dhamma preached by Sayadaw U Wara at the 4th Annual International Pali Tipitaka Chanting Ceremony, Buddha Gaya, Bihar State, India. It was preached at the night of 1st December 2008, under the Bhodi Tree where the GOTAMA BUDDHA attained Enlightenment and became a BUDDHA.
SUN LUN VIPASSANA MEDITATION
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammasambuddhassa.
(Repeat Namo . . . . . Sammasambuddhassa three times)
If I have committed any evil physical deeds (large or small), any evil verbal deeds (large or small), any evil mental deeds (large or small), against the Lord Buddha, the Dhamma and the SaÑghÈ, my Parents, Teachers and all Sentient Beings from the beginning of SaÑsarÈ up to the present moment, then I bow down and pray for forgiveness for having done even one small evil deeds against any Living Being.
Exalted Buddha during the duration of this meditation session I donate my Five KhandhÈs for the purpose of attaining NibbÈna. Venerable Sun Lun Gu Kyaung Sayadaw during the duration of this meditation session I donate my Five Khandhas for the purpose of attaining Nibbana.
May all Beings who are subject to Rebirth in the 31 States of Samsara be happy. (Repeat this three times)
I share this merit with all the Beings in the 31 States. Please share in my merit by calling Sadhu.
I wish to share in all meritorious deeds done by good Beings, Sadhu, Sadhu, Sadhu!
“SUN LUN VIPASSANŒ MEDITATION METHOD”
Sun Lun Vipassana meditation method was founded by the late Arahanta Sun Lun Sayadaw U Kavi of Myingyan. He practised by himself with great effort and mindfulness. After four months of intensive, continuous mindfulness, he attained Arahatship and became a well-known Great Arahanta.
Sun Lun Sayadaw Gyi was born in 1878 at Sun Lun village near Myingyan Town. He became a monk in 1920 and passed away in 1952. He started to practise Anapana Vipassana meditation in June 1920. After practising diligently with great mindfulness for one month, on the 13th waning day of Waso (July) at night 10 pm, he attained the SotÈpatti Magga (First Stage). He became a Sotapanna (Stream-Winner).
He continued to meditate with great mindfulness. On the second month, 13th waning day of Wagaung (August) at night 10 pm, he attained the Sakadagami Magga (Second Stage). He became a Sakadagami (Once-Returner). On the third month, 13th waning day of Taw-tha-lin (September) at 10 pm, he attained the Anapana Magga (Third Stage). He became an AnÈgÈmi ( Non-Returner). After attaining the Anagami Magga, he became a Samanera (Novice Monk). As a Samanera, he continued to meditate Vipassana meditation with great mindfulness. On the 13th waning day of Tha-din-gyut (October) at night 10 pm, he attained the Arahatta Magga (Fourth Stage). He became an Arahanta (The Noble One).
After becoming an Arahanta, he showed this Sun Lun Vipassana Meditation Method. This method is simple, clear, concrete and complete, nothing to be added or subtracted. The short instruction is :-“TOUCH – AWARENESS – MINDFULNESS”.
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