Monk life, lay life. Embrace imperfection and cultivate peace with practical Buddhist wisdom—lessons from monastic experiences for a balanced, mindful lay life
Ezra has sought “freedom” his entire life but did not understand it, until he practised the Buddha’s teachings. Given the name Varañāṇo (one with excellent knowledge and insight) by Ajahn Anan, he seeks freedom from suffering for himself and others.
Learn about the disciplined routine and traditions of a novice monk at Wat Marp Jan, offering a unique perspective on the monastic code, Vinaya, and the path to inner peace.