awakenedmind wrote:oh well !
so ajahn brahm, wont be teaching retreats there.
well any other good teachers holding retreats there.
any recommendations for meditation retreats then, by a good teacher you know of?
maybe somewhere in malaysia or thailand.
I live in India, so these are the places where travelling wont cost so much, hence I chose these places.
so any ideas?
And thanks for the book recommendation.
I have the book "who ordered this truckload of dung?",
which I have read is the same as the book you recommended.
can't understand thai.
reflection wrote:Many monasteries will have a sense of quiet and peace where you can meditate. I can't really give you any specifics as I'm from Europe, but what I mean to say is you don't need to go to Bodhinyana or a retreat by Ajahn Brahm to find some peace. Perhaps some place more local that you may think is not so great will turn out to work very well. Also, some of Ajahn Brahm's retreats are recorded and can be found on the internet. You can listen to these at home.
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