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Wat Suan Mokkh, founded in 1932 by Ajahn Buddhadasa, offers 10-day silent medi­ta­tion re­treats that start at the 1st of every month. Reg­is­tra­tion (2,000 BAHT) needs to be in per­son, done on the last day of the month preceding the retreat in the next month. All re­treats end on the 11th day of the month. There are no shorter or longer re­treats offered. Nonetheless, every­one is welcome to visit the principal mon­as­tery at Suan Mokkh between re­treats to do their own prac­tice.

The medi­tation method taught at Suan Mokkh is Ana­pana­sati or Mind­ful­ness with Breathing, and covers both con­cen­tra­tion (Samatha) and insight (Vipassana) medi­tation.


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