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Subtleties of Meditation (Thai Forest Tradition)

After doing my first long retreat at the Chaiya Meditation Monastery in Las Vegas, I stumbled upon a book of Upasika Kee Nanayon's talks at a library sale; I still have it to this day, almost 10 years later.  Its the type of book where you needn't read it start to finish but can  just open it up randsomly and see what jumps out. That book is titled "An Unentangled Knowing."

When I was on retreat in Las Vegas last spring, another female retreatant who was ordained as a tempmorary nun, told me that Upasika's books were in all the forest monasteries in Thailand. That is remarkable because she is female. She is regarded to have attained arahantship.

The content in the following video is not in that book but the video showed up as I was scrolling for something to watch on Youtube.  Perhaps I'm just now ready for the content.  It did not disappoint.  There is much to hear and apply and investigate.   For those interested in subtleties of mind training, here it is!




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