Kantary Hills, Chiang Mai
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... required meditation daily, my legs had begun to swell with fluid after my sitting meditations for that long a period. When, by the evening of about the 10th day they had swelled to almost twice their size, I was getting really worried even though the head monks would keep telling me that this happens sometimes. (We had to go in and report our progress to them once a day for about five minutes.) I was getting worried about developing a blot clot or some kind of permanent ...
... by a group of school children doing a project who wanted to know what we thought of Phitsanulok. Temple very busy and noisy. Next door, we went into Wat Nang Phaya. One of the halls had an unusual Buddha statue of a gold box with feet sticking out of the bottom ! Large statue of a standing Buddha with temple ruins around. Across the main road by bridge to Wat Ratburana. Much quieter than the other two temples. A 700 year old gold Buddha , a ...
... similar to Luang Prabang. Instead it is more of a bustling metropolis. There are the usual spattering of temples lining the roads some of them offering monk chats and basic instructions in Buddhism - do good, don't hurt and purify your body. These instructions are clearly dumbed down for tourists as to become a true Buddhist involves years of study and a strict meditation, prayer and selfless service regime, not to mention renunciation of a multitude of sins including food ...
... in America was playing. We joked that this must be what Kate Middleton feels like, being asked for lots of photo ops, meeting important people, giving and receiving gifts, and being treated differently simply because you are regarded as being of high status or at least being associated with someone of high status. Sometimes I’d really like to just “one of them”, so that the Thai buddies wouldn’t regard us so highly, because I ...
... of course no shoes on.
it was really hard for me to grasp the concept that there are two different hospitals for the different classes. The poor people go to the public hospital where i will be doing my clinical and the higher class go to a public hospital with better health care. I feel that it should not be separated so much. The outpatient clinic that was downstairs in the public hospital sees at least 2000 people daily. That is almost as many ...