Thanks, Jesse. I wish you a safe and valuable journey in Thailand.Jesse wrote:I made it to meet Ajahn Maha Chatchai. The monastery is in a suburban neighborhood in Bangkok. He received us very kindly after we found a monk to take us to his building. We enjoyed meeting him but he spoke very little English and no one around at the time spoke English it would seem. There is a Sunday talk where someone should speak English, but that might be uncertain. So if you want to go Sunday is best, but otherwise you will defintely need to speak Thai or have a translator. I have posted the correct google map for the monastery below.
Wat Phleng Bang Phlat
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General discussion of issues related to Theravada Meditation, e.g. meditation postures, developing a regular sitting practice, skillfully relating to difficulties and hindrances, etc.
Here is Ajahn Chatchai's book on basic Metta meditation: http://wisdomandwonders.org/wp-content/ ... -cover.pdf
Thank you for sharing this book, Dheerayupa.Dheerayupa wrote: ↑Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:31 amHere is Ajahn Chatchai's book on basic Metta meditation: http://wisdomandwonders.org/wp-content/ ... -cover.pdf
Much appreciated !
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