Ajahn Suthep demonstrating his afternoon Qi Gong workout at Vivekavana in June, 2011.
Ajahn Suthep is one of the few Thai monks I know who can effectively teach in English, and his teachings are always based on the original teachings about the constituent parts, the sense-spheres and craving.
Here Ajahn Suthep discusses how he has taken Luangpor Teean’s original technique and extended it to include many other things.
Here is a short video I made last year of Ajahn Suthep demonstrating the practice of Dynamic Meditation.
Ajahn Suthep explains how he was living in the jungles of Thailand in the 70s fighting with the communists. And how it was that he eventually became interested in Dhamma, met Luangpor Teean and ordained.
In this video Ajahn gives an introduction to Basic Dynamic Meditation showing how to get started with the technique.
In the second of this series Ajahn talks more about his teacher, the great Thai master Luangpor Teean and the influence he has had on Ajahn’s life and work.
Recently Ajahn Suthep gave a retreat here at Vivekavana, and during that time we had a chance to record a series of videos in which he talks about the influences on his life and the development of his teaching.
New photo album from Wat Arun, the Temple of the Dawn, in Bangkok showing the Prangs, Viharn, Pavillions and Murals from the Ubosot.
A report on my stay at Wat Sri Suphan in Chiang Mai, the wonderful art work that is found there and the support they are giving to the local traditions of Lanna arts and crafts.
A report on some of the Temples I visited in the immediate Chiang Mai area, including Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.
The first four albums from my photoshoot in Chiang Mai have just been published, and cover some of the out-of-station sites. I have also added histories, maps and illustrative materials to the various pages
In earlier posts I have shown some of the tools I am using to output panoramic photographs and make videos out of them. Here I will show a great software that can make “paintings” out of your photos.