What is Dhammakaya Meditation?
Dhammakaya Meditation was discovered by the Most Venerable Phramongkolthepmuni or Luang Por Sodh (1884 - 1959), a Thai Buddhist monk who sacrificed his life in meditation practice and meditative research until he attained the ‘Dhammakaya,’ a pure transcendental body known as the ‘Buddhahood’ or ‘true inner self’ which exists within everyone.
Levels of Meditation Attainment:
In Dhammakaya meditation, practitioners normally progress step by step by attaining the refined human body (astral body), celestial body, Rupa-Brahma body, Arupa-brahma body, and the Dhammakaya, respectively. These are the inner bodies which differ in levels of refinement and purity.
After attaining the Dhammakaya, practitioners are eligible to practice the superknowledge (Vijja Dhammakaya) which allows one to exercise various supernatural powers such as recalling past lifetimes, acquiring divine eye and ear, understanding animals’ language, traveling to heaven, hell, and the Nirvana, meeting with angels and beloved ones who already passed away, and investigating the universe and various realms.
Most of all, Dhammakaya Meditation allows practitioners to gain inner peace, bliss, purity, happiness, refreshment, and pure energy according to the level of meditation they achieve.
How to Meditate:
To meditate, simply visualise a crystal ball image in the middle of your abdomen and repeat the mantra Samma Arahang quietly in your mind over and over until the mind calms down and progresses in meditation until attaining respective meditation experiences.
If you have any question:
If you have any question, you can reach us by visualising the crystal ball image shown on this website in the middle of your abdomen and repeat the key-mantra Samma Arahang quietly in your mind over and over until your mind calms down and becomes still to unlock the crystal ball and enter the celestial meditation hall where our meditation masters dwell inside.
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The Meditation Olympic 2017
Special for this season! Our centre organises the Meditation Olympic from 10 December 2017 to 10 January 2018. For more information or joining, please use the above instruction to enter ‘the Meditation Olympic Stadium,’ which is inside the crystal ball with its image shown on this website.
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