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Meditation in Myanmar
 
There are many meditation centers in Myanmar welcome foreigners to meditation courses, practicing healthful mind for people of the world. Although theses centers may differ in the kind of practices, all of the results from those methods lead to peacefulness and to way to Nirvana. Myanmar is a land with different people and different religions. About 90% of the people in Myanmar are Buddhists. Many Vipassana Meditation Centers based on Buddha’s teaching are widely taught throughout the country.
 
 
The Daily Program of Meditation Practice
 
The day starts at a 3 a.m. and continues until 11 p.m. with breaks for meals, bath etc. almost the entire day is spent in silent individual meditative practice diversified with group sitting in a meditation hall. Individual sitting meditation is alternated with walking meditation. Individual interviews with the meditation teacher are scheduled at regular intervals to enable the Yogis to report their meditational experiences and to receive necessary guidance by their teacher for further progress. In addition, Dhamma discourses will be given from time to time to the practicing Yogis by the senior meditational Teachers. These discourses are meant to assist the Yogis in deepening their meditation practice. In this way each Yogi will receive personal attention and guidance throughout the entire course of meditation and will have an opportunity of gaining sufficient personal knowledge and experience of Satipatthana Vipassana Meditation through all stages of progressive Vipassana insight. N.B. All instructions and discourses for foreign yogis will be given through the medium of English of which the Yogis should have at least a working knowledge.
 
Meditation tour in Myanmar
 
Tour Program Name Meditation Tour in Myanmar 
Tour Code MD-011
Duration 9 days (7 days practice course)
Abilabilityl All year round
Coverage Yangon 
 
   
Day 1 Yangon Arrival
   
Upon arrival, Myanmar Damsel tour guide has welcomed you at Yangon int’l airport and offered you any assistance needed before leaving the Arrivals terminal, you will be on your way to check into your hotel to drop off your luggage. In the afternoon, visit some of the well known pagodas, including CHAUKHTATGYI Reclining Buddha, and enjoy a break at BOGYOKE (SCOTT) MARKET, a pleasant covered market containing crafts from all corners of Myanmar, gems, fabrics and more. (The market is closed on Mondays and public holidays). Next, photo stop at Royal Lake with the background of the famous Shwedagon Pagoda. Finally visit sunset at Shwedagon Pagoda, the finest of Yangon and perhaps the most stunning religious edifice in the world. Take your time to enjoy seeing this impressive feature and watching local people. Stroll on its platform surrounded by set of smaller temples, shrines and pavilions, and observe numerous shops along the stairways selling various colorful items, flowers and books. As the sun sets, the reddish golden rays of Shwedagon reflect on everything around and turning into a magical arena. Great photo time & a moment to take away with you. Overnight in Yangon.
 
   
Day 2 Yangon/Meditation Center
   
After breakfast at Hotel, transfer to Meditation Centre where you can study of vipassana process in training. In the Meditation Centre, On arrival, welcomed and introduced by chief monk of center, promptly placed in assembly hall for self-practice. At your own ease, seated and standing positions are guided. You share and review individual awareness on such noble practice with senior instructor. There is a daily timetable applicable to all but teachers give specific instructions if necessary, depending upon individuals experience and progress. Meditation instructions and interviews are given in English. Overnight in Meditation Center.
 
   
Day 3 Meditation Center
   
Study and practice in meditation Center. Overnight in Meditation Center.
 
   
Day 4 Meditation Center
   
Study and practice in meditation Center. Overnight in Meditation Center.
 
   
Day 5 Meditation Center
   
Study and practice in meditation Center. Overnight in Meditation Center.
 
   
Day 6 Meditation Center
   
Study and practice in meditation Center. Overnight in Meditation Center.
 
   
Day 7 Meditation Center
   
Study and practice in meditation Center. Overnight in Meditation Center.
 
   
Day 8 Meditation Center
   
Study and practice in meditation Center. Overnight in Meditation Center.
 
   
Day 9 Yangon departure
   
Breakfast at Meditation Center. Day at leisure and shopping at Bogyoke Aung San Market (The market is closed on Mondays and public holidays) before transfer to Airport for your departure flight.
 
Dhamma Joti Vipassana Centre1
Address 55A Kaba Aye Pagoda Road, Kaba Aye P.O. Yangon (Rangoon) 11061
Telephone 01 - 661479
Fax 01 - 667050
Email chanmyay@mptmail.net.mm 
Website www.chanmyay.org
Teacher Ven. Sayadaw U Janaka
Tradition method Vipassana using the Mahasi Sayadaw
 
HMAWBI - Chanmyay Yeiktha Meditation Centre3
Address No. 588, No.3 Block HmawbiTownship, Yangon, Myanmar
Telephone 01 - 620321
Email chanmyay@mptmail.net.mm
Website www.chanmyay.org
Teacher Ven. Sayadaw U Janaka
Tradition method Vipassana using the Mahasi Sayadaw
 
Panditarama Meditation Centre10
Address 80 A, Thanlwin Road Shwe Gon DineP.O., BahanYangon, Myanmar (Burma)
Telephone (951) 535448, 705525
Website web.ukonline.co.uk/buddhism/pandita.htm
Teacher Ven. Sayadaw U Pandita
Tradition method Vipassana using the Mahasi Sayadaw
 
Mann Ai Khur Tai Temple5
Address Dhamma Yeiktha Street, Lashio Northern Shan State, Myanmar
Contacts  Zao Sra Pannavamsa, Zao Gandhama
Telephone 82 - 23618
Tradition Theravada 
Affiliation Moe Kut, Mahasi
Teacher Sao Gandhama
 
Pak Auk Forest Monastery11
Address c/- Major U Khan Sain (Rtd) 653 Lower Main Road,Mawlamyine, Mon State, Myanmar
Telephone 032 22132
Website www.paauk.org
Teacher Ven. Pa Auk Sayadaw,  Rangoon
Contact U Thet Tin 30 Myananda Lane Kyank Grove Quarter Yankin Township, Yangon
Method Pak Auk method of meditation
 
Panditarama Forest Meditation Centre (ShweTaunGon)
Telephone 0095-1-535448 and 0095-1-705525
Shwe Taun Gon Forest Meditation Center is about an hour by road from Yangon; specifically for Westerners. The kutis (cabins) are spacious and there is a large two-story meditation hall. (for men and women)
 
Shwe Oo Min Dhamma Thukha Yeikta12
Address The ‘Burmese Centre’North Okkalapa, Yangon
Telephone 664807
Tradition    Cittanupassana Vipassana Medition
 
Saddhamma Ransi Meditation Centre7
Address 7 Zeyar Khemar Road,Mayangone 7SHP. Yangon, Myanmar
Teacher Ven. Sayadaw U Kundala
Tradition method Vipassana / Mahasi Sayadaw
 
Chanmyay Yeiktha Meditation Centre2
Address 55A Kaba Aye Pagoda Road Kaba Aye P.O. Yangon (Rangoon) 11061
Telephone 01 - 661479
Fax 01 - 667050
Email chanmyay@mptmail.net.mm 
Website www.chanmyay.org
Teacher Ven. Sayadaw U Janaka
Tradition method Vipassana using the Mahasi Sayadaw
 
International Theravada Buddhist University8
Address Dhammapala Hill, Mayangone P.O.Yangon, Myanmar
Telephone 095-1-665673 / 095-1-660171
Fax 095-1-665728 / 095-1-660789
 
Mahasi Sasana Yeiktha Meditation Centre4
Address Buddha Sasana Nuggaha Organisation No 16, Sasana Yeiktha Road, Yangon, 11201Myanmar
Telephone 01 541971, 552501
Fax 289960, 289961
Email Webmaster@mahasi.com
Website www.mahasi.com
Tradition Satipatthana Vipassana meditation
 
Mahavijayaransi Vijjalaya & Mahaatularansi Dhamma Yeiktha9
Address Kya-Swa Chanung (Valley), Sagasaing Hills, Sagaing Township, Myanmar
Telephone 0011 95 72 21541
Fax 0011 95 72 22034
Email ulkyaswa@myanmar.com.mm
Teacher Ven. Sayadaw U Lakkhana
Tradition method Vipassana using the Mahasi Sayadaw
 
   
Notes  
   
1. If you want to practice more than one month, you must have a Meditation VISA before coming to Myanmar. This require a sponsorship letter from the centre. So you need to inform us about 10 days before your arrival.

2. Smoking, drinking, chewing tobacco or betel nut and the use of recreational drugs are strictly forbidden.

3. Most of the centre will provide Yogi with food and lodging including a mosquito net, sheet, pillow and pillow case, blanket and a thermos bottle (flask). Costs are met through the generous donations of well-wishers.

4. There is no limitation for the period and donation money.

5. Other personal items including medicines, vitamins and toiletries, if there are particular brands or specific items you require.10 - 20 passport-size photos.
 







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