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Meditation for Life

There are two lands of mental culture, namely; Concentration meditation (Samatha Bhavna) and Insight meditation (Vipassana Bhavna)

Vipassana Meditation (วิปัสสนากรรมฐาน)

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VIPASSANA MEDITATION WORKSHOP
Beginner & Intermediate Courses
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WAT THAI WASHINGTON, D.C.
13440 Layhill Road, Silver Spring, MD 20906

All ways, at 8:30 am. To 08:30 pm.
Timetable
Morning Session

08:30 am Registration
09:00 am Orientation by Ven. Phrapalad Amphol Suthiro, Ph.D.
09:15 am Chanting and taking Five Precepts
09:30 am Introduction to meditation  by Ven. Phramaha Thanat Inthisan, Ph.D.
10:00 am Group sitting and walking meditation
11:00 am Lunch break

Afternoon Session
12:30 pm Walking meditation, led by Ven. Phra Suriya Techavaro
01:00 pm Practicing mindful sitting meditation
02:00 pm Break
02:10 pm Yoga practice & gentle stretch exercise
03:00 pm Meditation instruction for beginners from Theravada tradition (English language).
05.00 pm Tea Break
06:00 pm Evening Chanting
07:00 pm Break
07:30 pm Dhamma talks: Questions & Answers by special guest speakers
08:30 pm Adjourn
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NOTES:
3:00-5:00 pm course will be conducted in English for non-Thai speaking participants. Other sessions will mostly be conducted in Thai language.

Contact: Ven. Dr. Thanat Inthisan Tel. (301) 871-8660-1, (301) 787-6108 (cell)
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Wat Thai in Washington, D.C. was built from the collective body and strong faith of the Thai Buddhists, especially those who live in the Washington metropolitan area.

The temple is common property to all. To be able to successfully build a Thai temple outside Thailand demonstrates and confirms the togetherness and unity of the Thai people and Thai society with common goals and a strong Buddhist faith.

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