Commonly referred to as Luangpor Thong, Luangpor Thong Abhakaro is a Buddhist monk and teacher of Mahasati Meditation —a meditation method developed by his teacher, Luangpor Teean Jittasubho. Luangpor Teean, the Noble One. Luangpor Teean Jittasubho (birth name Phan Intapew) (), was born on 5th September , at Buhom village. Also the Thai monk Luang Por Teean taught a (more conservative) form of active meditation which in Luang Por Teean’s translated books is.
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He was the son of Jeen and Som Intapew.
Dynamic Practices of Luangpor Teean
His father died when he was young. Since teeab was no school in the small village of Buhom, he did not have formal education in his childhood.
The boy, like the rest of them in the village, had to help his mother in running their farm. At the age of eleven, he was ordained as a novice at the village monastery, and stayed there with his uncle who was a resident monk.
During a year and luanbpor months in the monastery, he studied Laotian scripts and ancient local scripts. He also started practicing various meditation methods, such as the Budh-dho and Breath Counting methods. After disrobing, he returned to his home. Following tradition, he was ordained as a monk at the age of twenty.
Again he studied and practiced meditation with his uncle for six months. After returning to lay life, he was married at twenty-two and had three sons.
In his village, he was always a leader in Buddhist activities and was highly respected and chosen to be the head of the village on three different occasions. Despite heavy responsibilities, he continued his meditation practice regularly. Later he moved to Chiengkhan, a luamgpor community, where his sons could attend school.
Being a merchant, he sailed his steamboat along the Maekhong Teean between Chiengkhan-Nongkai-Vientiane, or even as far as Luangprabang. He had opportunities to meet several meditation masters and his enthusiasm in pursuing Dhamma the Truth continued to strengthen. Furthermore, he began to realize that many years of being good, making merit, and practicing various methods of meditation had not liberated him from his anger.
Finally, he determined to start searching for the way out. Inwhen he was nearly forty-six, he left his home with firm determination not to return unless he found the Truth.
What he did was only being aware of the movements of the body and mind. Within a couple of days, on the early morning of the eleventh day of the waxing moon, the eighth month ofhis mind reached the End of Suffering completely without traditional rituals or teachers. Later he returned home.
Brief Biography of Luangpor Teean | Center for Mindfulness & Insight Meditation
He taught his wife and relatives what he had found for two years and eight months, as luahgpor lay teacher. He then decided to re-enter monkhood in order to be in a better position to teach the people. The ordination was made on February 3, His teachings were spreading across the country as well as outside.
He devoted his life to the teaching of Dhamma despite his poor health. He was diagnosed to have stomach cancer malignant lymphoma in In spite of his illness he continued his work actively and incisively until the end of his life.
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