Mahamevnawa monasteries promote teaching, discussion and practice of Dhamma in unaltered form, and that the first step towards cession of suffering is getting to know Buddha's teaching. Mahamevnawa also facilitates the practice of meditation, one of the key tools for improving concentration and wisdom, through cultivating mindfulness (Sathi) as a component of the path to Nibbāna. A key point that Mahmevnawa highlights is that Dhamma not only says that life is suffering, but also shows a proven path to cession of that suffering.
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