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May 15, 2013 / A Mindful Traveler

Meditating with Monks at Wat Doi Suthep

Stupa at Wat Prathat Doi Suthep

At the close of last year, I spent several days meditating at the International Buddhism Center of Chiang Mai’s famous Wat Doi Suthep.  Here’s the story of my experience there and some information on how you can arrange to meditate there yourself.  May it be of benefit to you!

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  1. Christopher Lipsett / May 15 2013 12:16 pm

    Hi Owen. I found this quite extraordinary! But two nits. First, you need to proof it; there are a number of typos/wordos. Second, it seems to me the right formulation may be “which *ex*cludes reading and writing as well as speaking” instead of “which *in*cludes reading and writing as well as speaking”. Love, Da

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