Anapanna-sati and Vipassana

It should be noted that in any form of meditation, the body should be fully relaxed and not hindered. Whether full lotus, half lotus, or just crossed-legged is a matter of personal preference. A picture of Pa Auk Bhikkhu in meditative sitting posture is given here:

For example, in Myanmar sarong-clad practitioners would sit with their legs folded to their side because the sarong would hinder sitting in any lotus postures.

A picture of me training in anapanna is given here:

In Padmasan on solar eclipse 2010 over the Holy Narnada River, Asha Yogashram:

Further reading: A Revision of Meditation Methods by Bhante Seng is given here:

Sakya Longyen
Huayen on Indra’s Net


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