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Goenkaji traveled to consult doctors in Japan, Europe and America; none of them could help. At the same time he was a lay teacher of Vipassana, a technique of self-introspection that had been handed down from ancient times by the community of Buddhist monks in Myanmar.
Goenkaji took his friend’s suggestion and arranged a visit to see the meditation center and learn about what was taught there.
But he was an upright, honest man who was spiritually inclined; and though a Hindu, he quickly developed a deep respect for the Myanmar people and their traditions. When he was a child, Goenkaji recalled, his grandfather took him to the famous Maha Myat Muni pagoda on the outskirts of Mandalay.
In the child, respect turned to a profound love for the land of his birth. The boy grew up and graduated from high school at the top of his class.
In the following years, Goenkaji returned regularly to the International Meditation Centre and brought many family members and friends.
Along with meditation, he pursued his business interests.
Goenkaji had frankly said that he was seeking relief from his migraines.
“You are devaluing the technique if you come to cure a physical disease,” said U Ba Khin.