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Mahasi Sayadaw began a revolution in insight practice in the mid 1900's in Burma with a technique called "noting" that is based on numerous texts, among them a sutta in the Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha called #111 One by One as They Occurred (Annupada Sutta), and #10 The Foundations of Mindfulness (Satipatthana Sutta).
The Dharma Overground is a resource for the support of hardcore meditation practice. It is a place where everything related to the support of practice may flourish, including where to go on retreats, what techniques may lead to what, an in depth look at the maps of possible states and stages , discussions about how to determine what experience was what, and in general anything that has to do with actually practicing rather than what typically occurs in standard meditation circles. Here you will find a robust and variable community of people with a wide range of experience levels, perspectives and interests, though all loosely bound by the same basic principles of empowering, helpful, engaged dharma and exploration of the possibilities of the mind.