Tag Archives: Thailand

Meditate for a Better World

Written by Ping Wang, a Chinese living in USA.   When I first started meditating, I was at a very dark place in my life and  felt a big hole inside of me.  Then I ran into meditation, suddenly, as if a light came into my world, I found hope and started to follow that […]

5 Tips to Learn from Luang Por Dhammajayo’s Life

Written by Dennis Odeny Is sustainable World Peace through Inner Peace possible? Do you have a vision for your life? A life purpose; something you are ready to dream, live, work and do for the growth of Mother Earth? How does your vision help make this earth a better place for all? Does your life […]

The Dhammakaya Foundation and the United Nations: Peace for the Millennium

Written by Paul Trafford Updated 1,2 April to include more photos and a few more details of how Wat Phra Dhammakaya is being attacked. The strong gusts of wind that battered our placards in the peace vigil felt symbolic of the forceful opposition to Wat Phra Dhammakaya, a temple being attacked on various fronts in […]

International Magha Puja at Wat Phra Dhammakaya Thailand

Monks and guests from over 40 countries joyously attended Magha Puja ceremony at Wat Phra Dhammakaya, offering alms to 3,000 monks and lighting 100,000 Magha lanterns in homage to the Lord Buddha.   Phra Sanitwong Wuttiwangso, Director of the Communications Department of Wat Phra Dhammakaya, said that February 11th, Magha Puja Day, is one of […]

Make 2,500 Years of History

An article by Nora Lawrence A trip to Thailand is no ordinary visit. Thailand is a land of rich history and culture known for its beautiful sandy beaches and majestic architecture. A trip to Thailand can be defined by deliciously spicy cuisine, lush wildlife, and friendly people. But to be able to fully immerse oneself […]