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Walking Stage 3 | Techniques In Vipassana Meditation

Walking Stage 3 | Techniques In Vipassana Meditation.

Note: "Lifting", "Moving", "Treading".

Method of practice :

After contemplating the state of standing and the intendingmind three times, keep the mind on the lifting of the foot and mentally note it as "lifting". When lifting the foot, the knee would bend a little bit and lift the heel and the tip of the foot up straight at the same time but must not be higher than the ankle level. Then, move the foot forwards slowly and note "moving". The movement of the foot should not be too far because it will cause physical imbalance. The distance between the feet should not be more than one length of the foot.

It should not be too close because it will cause staggering and the weight of the body would be unbalanced. At the end of the moving forwards, Heel up tread the foot on the floor slowly and simultaneously note "treading". The note should be finished at the end of the treading, not before or after. The meditator at this stage of walking would have a clear mind that "RUPA" and "NAMA" which have been contemplated are impermanent or not constant. He or she also understands that they are are of a suffering nature, either being impossible to permanently be in the original state or being hard to withstand or endure due to both internal and external conditions. In addition, the meditator would also experience by the true wisdom that "RUPA" and "NAMA" are "not-self" and cannot be controlled. The meditator realizes these three common or universal characteristics of "RUPA" and "NAMA".


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