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Open Mind Centre - Pai
Address: 66 moo 3 Ban Tapai Mae Hi Pai Mae Hong Son
Tradition: Theravada, Mahayana, Vajrayana, Non-Sectarian, Karma Kagyu and mixed
Phone: 053 065 733/ +66 53 065 733 (English) 0807 366 406/ +66 807 366 406 (English) Asami 09 0674 3260 (Th
Teacher: Dr Mana Waite
Spiritual Director: Lama Jetsun Yeshe
Notes and Events:
Pai is a delightful 2.5 hour drive from Chiang Mai through mountains and forests. Or you can fly from Chiang Mai, which has an international airport.
Open Mind Centre is a centre for exploration, healing, creativity and growth. We are right on the Pai River, overlooking the lovely Pai valley and mountains. We have 12 cabins, meditation/ teaching / yoga rooms, treatment/ session room, natural hot spring water baths on site
We offer healing sessions, scheduled and individual retreats, a quiet place to stay for some reflection or chill time, and a venue for visiting teachers and healers to offer workshops, residential retreats, sessions etc
• Meditation Retreats - for beginners and all levels - we can put together programs for 3-14 days - or more!
• Healing Retreats – we can put together a program to suit you - popular programs are 2-7 days
• Personal time for quiet, healing, creativity etc – you don't have to be part of our programs - many people come just to have some quiet time in nature - & we are close enough to Pai to drop in to see friends, walking street, a waterfall
Wat Pa Tam Wua Forest Monastery International Buddhist Practice Centre
Address: Ban Mae Suya, Tambon Huay Pha,
Amphur Mueang Mae Hong Son 58000
Tradition: Theravada, Thai and Western
Phone: Mobile: +66 (0) 81-031-3326 (English) +66 (0) 81 031 3326
Notes and Events:
Practitioners from beginners to advance are allowed flexible meditation methods, however, Vipassana or Mindfulness on Breathing is the mainstream of practice here. Proper meditation instructions, as well as appropriate views on natural laws and phenomena are provided to the lay communities by Thai-English speaking monks. Two vegetarian meals will be served per day .
All participants are asked to observe the Buddhist 5 precepts throughout their daily activities :-refraining from killing, stealing, sexual misconduct, false speech, drug abuse and no smoking
Wat Pa Tam Wua is on the 1095 road between Mae Hong Son and Pai. It’s about 2 hours from Pai and 1 hour from Amphur Mueang.
Located 37 kilometres from the city of Mae Hong Son, Tam Wua is home to one of most tranquil monastic heavens of Thailand. A place of meditation, refuge and self-discovery. Tam Wua Forest Monastery is a place where mediators world-wide have come to call “A home away from home”