The Forest Hermitage (วัดป่าสันติธรรม) is a branch of Wat Nong Pah Pong (วัดหนองป่าพง), the late Luang Por Chah’s principal monastery in N. E. Thailand. Set in the Heart of England it is a small peaceful Buddhist hermitage after the tradition of the forest monasteries of North East Thailand and comprises Santidhamma, the original property where the monks live and where occasional events open to the public are held, and Bhavanadhamma, which is for nuns, female devotees and guests. The Buddha-Dhamma Fellowship is the trust responsible for both. The community is led by Ven. Chao Khun Bhavanaviteht (Luang Por Khemadhammo) OBE, whose blog, News & Musings, with our most recent news can be found here.
Vesakha Puja will be celebrated at The Forest Hermitage on Sunday, May 26th from 10am.
Luang Por in London- On the first Sunday of every month Luangpor will be at the Two Point Kitchen Thai Restaurant at 26 Crawford Street, Marylebone, W1H 1LL to eat and afterwards, at around midday, to give a talk.
Next on Sunday, June 2nd, 2013.
Calendars- the Forest Hermitage calendar for 2013/2556 is available for download here or a rather better printed version can be obtained at The Forest Hermitage.
A List of Upcoming Events in 2013 in both English and Thai can be found here.
Meditation at The Forest Hermitage at 8pm, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Please do not be late.
Opportunities exist to live in and train with us at The Forest Hermitage.
Email us at the address below if you’re interested.
Luang Por’s excellent talk given on the 19th September, 2010 at the annual Springhill Prison Buddha Grove celebration is HERE.
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