To truly integrate mindfulness into our lives, shouldn’t our practice go beyond sitting in silence?
The word “Dynamic Meditation” is the name of rhythmic bodily movement to develop awareness (sati) especially by using the hands.
It is one of the well-known meditation techniques in Thailand that was established since 1959 by the Venerable Father Teean Cittasubho. This meditation technique is regarded as insight meditation (vipassana), dealing with contemplation of the body (kayanupassana), in the Four Foundations of Mindfulness (Mahasatipatthana Sutta). With this unique and simple method among the various schools of the contemporary Buddhist world, it is attractive to both new practitioners who search for spiritual growth and experienced practitioners of other schools coming to practise this method for the first time. This leads directly to the highest goal and practitioners can achieve success in a short time.