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    The Thai Forest Tradition

    An article by Ajahn Amaro about the Theravada Thai Forest Tradition:


    http://www.thebuddhistsociety.org/pa...vada-buddhism/



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    There’s a lot to be admired in the Thai Forest Tradition. I feel that it has been very good for me to study. I have been studying it for a few years and the more I learn, the more there is to let go of. Ajah Chah has a enormous influence on my mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by justusryans View Post
    There’s a lot to be admired in the Thai Forest Tradition. I feel that it has been very good for me to study. I have been studying it for a few years and the more I learn, the more there is to let go of. Ajah Chah has a enormous influence on my mind.
    I wish I'd been able to meet Ajahn Chah! There are some videos of him at his monastery somewhere on YouTube. I think one of them is called "The Mindful Way" and was made in the late 1970's.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Aloka View Post
    I wish I'd been able to meet Ajahn Chah! There are some videos of him at his monastery somewhere on YouTube. I think one of them is called "The Mindful Way" and was made in the late 1970's.

    I will give it a try on YouTube. Thanks Aloka
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